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Abrams, Elliott, May 70, Aug. 88, Oct. 72 
Acevedo Peralta, Ricardo, Oct. 4 
Afghanistan: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 
control efforts: Karp, Mar. 19; 
Wrobleski, June 51 
Economy (Karp), Mar. 14, 16 
Khalis, Moulavi Mohammed Yunis (bio- 
graphical data), Mar. 8 
Soviet occupation and withdrawal: Arma- 
cost, Sept. 18, Nov. 42; NAC, May 6; 
Okun, Jan. 54; Reagan, Mar. 25, 80, 
Nov. 4; Shultz, Dec. 20; Whitehead, 
Sept. 37 
Afghan resistance activity (Karp), Mar. 

2 
Afghanistan settlement agreement: 
June 69; Reagan, Shultz, June 54, 
55; text, June 56 
Human rights (Karp), Mar. 19 
International concerns (Karp), Mar. 22 
Kabul regime and national reconcilia- 
tion policy (Karp), Mar. 1, 11, 19 
Military activity (Karp), Mar. 2, 9, 11 
Refugees: Karp, Mar. 21; Shultz, 
Nov. 14; Williamson, Sept. 57 
Regional concerns (Karp), Mar. 21 
Social developments (Karp), Mar. 17 
Soviet morale at home (Karp), Mar. 11 
U.S. visit of resistance leaders (Rea- 
gan), Jan. 43 
Withdrawal negotiations (Karp), Mar. 1, 
11 
Terrorism (Bremer), June 62 
Treaties, agreements, etc., May 82, July 

76 
UN involvement: Karp, Mar. 1, 20, 23; 
Okun, Jan. 54; Walters, May 68; Wil- 
liamson, Sept. 58, 62 
General Assembly Resolution 42/15, Jan. 
55 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request, (Murphy), June 

41 
U.S. humanitarian assistance (Karp), 

Mar. 24 
U.S. policy: Armacost, Sept. 55; (Karp), 
Mar. 24; Reagan, Julv 2; Shultz, May. 
13 
Zahir Shah, Mohammed (biographical 
data), Mar. 9 
Afghanistan Day, 1988, proclamation (Rea- 
gan), June 60 
Africa (see also Refugees and names of in- 
dividual countries): 
Development Fund for Africa, FY 89, 
budget request (Woods), July 57 
Economic policies (Wallis), Aug. 73 
Regional conflicts and peace efforts 

(Shultz), Dec. 20 
Southern: Armacost, Sept. 22; Moore, 

Nov. 46 
Southwest (Shultz), Apr. 46, Dec. 21 
Negotiations on regional settlement 
(joint statements), Sept. 3, Nov. 18, 
19 
Principles for a Peaceful Settlement 
(text), Sept. 5 



Africa (Cont'd) 

U.S. position (Crocker, White House), 
Nov. 18 
Sub-Sahara (Milam), Oct. 45 
U.S. national security strategy (Reagan), 

Apr. 25 
U.S. policy (Powell), Oct. 53 
Agency for International Development 

(AID) (see also Foreign aid, U.S.), FY 
89, budget request (Woods), July 54 
Agriculture (see also Wheat): 
Agency for International Development 
(AID), FY 89, budget request 
(Woods), July 57 
Agricultural commodities, sales of, bilat- 
eral agreements: Bangladesh, Aug. 
92, Oct. 84, Dec. 59; Bolivia, Sept. 84; 
Costa Rica, May 83, Oct. 84; Domini- 
can Republic, Apr. 88, Aug. 92; 
Egypt, July 77; El Salvador, Aug. 92, 
Dec. 59; Guatemala, Feb. 92; Guyana, 
Mar. 85; Honduras, Oct. 84; Indo- 
nesia, Sept. 84, Nov. 49; Jamaica, Feb. 
92, Mar. 85, Aug. 93, Sept. 85, Dec. 
59; Kenya, May 84, Oct. 84; Liberia, 
Jan. 62; Madagascar, Apr. 88; Feder- 
ated States of Micronesia, Aug. 93, 
Dec. 59; Pakistan, June 69; Peru, Oct. 
85, Nov. 50; Philippines, July 77, Aug. 
93; Senegal, Oct. 85; Sierra Leone, 
Sept. 85, Dec. 59; Sri Lanka, Mar. 85, 
Aug. 93, Sept. 85; Sudan, Jan. 63, May 
84, July 77; Tunisia, July 77, Aug. 93, 
Oct. 85, Dec. 59; Uganda, Sept. 85; 
Yemen Arab Republic, June 69; Zaire, 
June 69, Nov. 50; Zambia, Aug. 93 
Agricultural commodities and equipment, 
bilateral agreement with Pakistan, 
Jan. 62 
Agricultural sector support program 
(ASSP), bilateral agreement with 
Pakistan, Jan. 62, Nov. 49 
Agricultural technology transformation 
project, bilateral agreement with 
Peru, Apr. 88 
Agricultural trade policy reform (Wallis), 

Jan. 30 
Agriculture and rural sector support, 
program grant, bilateral agreement 
with Indonesia, Jan. 62 
International Fund for Agricultural De- 
velopment (I FAD), agreement (1976), 
Trinidad and Tobago, June 68 
International plant protection, convention 
(1951), Turkey, Nov. 48 
Revised text (1979): Ecuador, Turkey, 
Nov. 48 
Irrigation management systems, bilateral 
agreement with Egypt, Sept. 84 
AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syn- 
drome). See under Health and Medical 
research 
Albania, treaties, agreements, etc., May 82, 
July 76, 77 



Algeria, treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 92 

July 76, Dec. 59 
American Foreign Policy: Current Docu- 
ments, 1982, Supplement, microfiche 
publication, released Feb. 94 
American Foreign Policy: Current Docu- 
ments, 1983, Supplement, microfiche 
publication, released July 81 
American Foreign Policy: Current Docu- 
ments, 1986, released, Feb. 94 
American ideals (Reagan), Aug. 15, Nov. 8 
Angola: 
Negotiations on regional settlement in 
southwestern Africa (joint state- 
ments), Sept. 3, Nov. 18, 19 
Cuba, involvement (Williamson), Sept. 

73 
Principles for a Peaceful Settlement, 

text, Sept. 5 
U.S. position (Crocker, White House), 
Nov. 18 
Antarctica (see also Conservation): 
Antarctic Treaty (1959), Canada, July 76 
Principles and objectives, recommenda- 
tions re furtherance (1985): Japan, 
Uruguay, Apr. 87 
Principles and objectives, recommenda- 
tions re furtherance (1988): U.K., 
U.S., Apr. 87 
Antigua and Barbuda, treaties, agreements, 

etc., Jan. 61, May 82 
ANZUS (Australia, New Zealand, U.S.) se- 
curity agreement: Reagan, Apr. 25; 
Shultz, Apr. 46 
Arab-Israeli conflict (see also Middle East): 
Occupied territories: 
Deportations of Palestinians (Okun, 

Walters), Mar. 82 
Economic, social, political situation 

(Murphy), Mar. 71 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Murphv), June 

42 
U.S. policy: Okun, Mar. 81; Reagan, 

May 9, 10 
West Bank/Gaza uprisings (Shultz), June 
11 
Palestinian issues: Murphy, June 45; 

Shultz, May 56, 57, Nov. 15 
Peace process: Murphy, June 37, 45, Sept. 
44, Oct. 63, Dec. 42; Shultz, Apr. 46, 
May 57 
Egyptian participation (Shultz), June 12 
Jordanian participation (Shultz), June 9, 

15, Sept. 1 
Lebanon (Shultz), June 16 
Palestine Liberation Organization 

(PLO): Shultz, June 3, 5, 10, Nov. 1 
Taba arbitration settlement, Dec. 42 
UN Resolution 242 (Shultz), June 2 
U.S. role (Shultz), June 7 
Visits by Secretary Shultz: 
Egypt (Shultz) Sept. 47, 49 
Israel (Shultz), June 1, 9, Sept. 48 
Jordan (Shultz), June 7, 15, Sept. 48 
Saudi Arabia (Shultz), June 13 



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Arab-Israeli conflict (Cont'd) 

U.N. actions and U.S. concerns (Walters), 

May 67 
U.S. foreign policy agenda (Shultz), July 9 
Arbitration, recognition and enforcement of 
foreign arbital awards, convention 
(1958): Bahrain, June 68; Cameroon, 
May 81; Costa Rica, Jan. 61; Peru, Sept. 
83 
Archival information and materials on the 
Nazi occupation of Poland, the Holo- 
caust, and related subjects, memo of 
agreement with Poland, Jan. 63 
Arctic cooperation, bilateral agreement 

with Canada, Mar. 84 
Argentina: 
Debt resolution (Shultz), Oct. 6 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 84, Apr. 
88, May 81, 82, July 76, 77, Aug. 92, 
Sept. 83 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Abrams), Oct. 

79 
Visit of Secretary Shultz (Shultz), Oct. 5 
Armacost, Michael H., Aug. 69, 88, Sept. 9, 

18, 55, Nov. 40 
Armaments, U.S. (see also Defense and na- 
tional security): 
Arms sales, proposed: 
Bahrain: Murphy, Mar. 75; White 

House, Mar. 76 
Japan (Sigur), Sept. 13 
Kuwait (Murphy), Oct. 62 
Saudi Arabia (White House), Jan. 41 
Coproduction of M109A1B self-propelled 
155 MM Howitzer, bilateral agree- 
ment, with Switzerland, Oct. 85 
International Traffic in Arms Regulations 
(Department), June 46 
Arms control and disarmament (see also 
Europe: Confidence- and Security- 
Building Measures and Disarmament 
Conference (CDE); Europe: Mutual and 
balanced force reduction talks; and So- 
viet Union: U.S. arms control negotia- 
tions): NAC May 5; NATO, Feb. 85; 
Nitze, Feb. 81 
Arms reduction efforts (Reagan), Feb. 19, 

Apr. 12, Nov. 4 
Certain conventional weapons with exces- 
sively injurious or indiscriminate ef- 
fects, convention (1980) with protocols 
I, II, and III, France, May 83 
Conference on Disarmament, Vienna, re- 
convenes (Reagan), Apr. 57 
Conventional weapons: NAC, May 2; 

Nitze, Feb. 83 
Inspections relating to the Intermediate- 
range nuclear forces treaty (INF), 
agreement: Belgium, Federal Repub- 
lic of Germany, Italy, Netherlands, 
U.K., U.S., Feb. 91 
Progress and global challenges (Shultz), 

Aug. 84 
Summit, Washington, D.C. (U.S. -Soviet 

joint statement), Feb. 13 
UN General Assembly third special ses- 
sion devoted to disarmament (U.S.), 
Aug. X4 
U.S. accomplishments (Williamson), Sept. 
65 



Arms control and disarmanent (Cont'd) 
U.S. arms control initiatives, Jan. 23, May 
26, July 16 
Aruba, preinspection in respect of, bilateral 

agreement with Netherlands, Apr. 88 
Asia (see also Pacific Ocean region and 
names of individual countries): 
East Asia: Armacost, Sept. 9; Shultz, May 
14, Oct. 38 
Democratization (Shultz), Oct. 30 
Economic development (Wallis), June 23, 

Aug. 73 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Sigur), July 

33 
U.S. national security strategy (Rea- 
gan), Apr. 24 
U.S. policy: Powell, Oct. 52, Shultz, 
Oct. 34, 38 
South Asia: 
South Asian Association for Regional 
Cooperation (SAARC): Shultz, Dec. 
19 
U.S. national security strategy (Rea- 
gan), Apr. 22 
Association of South East Asian Nations 
(ASEAN): Reagan, Apr. 24, Shultz, 
Oct. 21, 25 
Indonesia, economic development (Sigur), 

Mar. 59 
Ministerial dialogue, Washington, Feb. 
1988: joint statement, Apr. 54; Shultz, 
Apr. 52; Yeo Cheow Tong, Apr. 53 
Australia: 
Ministerial meeting, Washington, joint 

communique, Sept. 51 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 61, Feb. 
91, Mar. 83, 84, May 82, 83, July 76, 
Nov. 48, Dec. 58 
U.S. visit of Prime Minister Hawke: 
Hawke, Sept. 51; Reagan, Sept. 50 
Austria, treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 92, 

Mar. 84, July 76, Aug. 92, Oct. 83 
Aviation: 
Access of airlines to La Guardia Airport 
for transborder services, bilateral 
agreement with Canada (1985), U.S. 
(termination), May 83 
Air services, memo of understanding with 

Greece, Aug. 92 
Air services agreement between St. 

Christopher and Nevis and U.S., June 
69 
Air transport, bilateral agreements: Aus- 
tralia, Mar. 84; Republic of Korea, 
Dec. 59; Luxembourg, Oct. 85; Mex- 
ico, Mar. 85, Oct. 85; Netherlands, 
Apr. 88, Oct. 85; Philippines, June 69; 
Poland, May 84, Dec. 59; Soviet 
Union, Feb. 93; Spain, Jan. 63; Tur- 
key, Nov. 50; Venezuela, Aug. 93; 
Yugoslavia, Mar. 86 
Air transport between U.S. and Aruba, 
bilateral agreement with Nether- 
lands, Jan. 62 
Aviation security: McManaway, May 65; 
Shultz, Apr. 37 
Bilateral agreement with Kuwait, May 
84, Sept. 85 
Civil aviation: 
Bilateral agreements: Saudi Arabia, 
Feb. 92; Soviet Union (Shultz), Feb. 
10 
International negotiations (Shane), June 

27 
Intra-European air services (Shane), 
June 29 



Civil aviation (Cont'd) 

Security, bilateral agreement with 

Zambia, Aug. 93 
Technical assistance and service to the 
Directorate General of Civil Avia- 
tion of Oman, bilateral agreement 
with Oman, May 84 
Experimental trans-border air services 
program, bilateral agreement with 
Canada, Oct. 84 
International air services transit agree- 
ment (1944): Canada (termination), 
Jan. 61; Federated States of Micro- 
nesia, Dec. 58; Vanuatu, Mar. 84 
International civil aviation, convention 
(1944): 
Protocol on authentic quadrilingual text 
(1968): Australia, Feb. 91; Marshall 
Islands, June 68; San Marino, Aug. 
92 
Protocol (1977): Ecuador, Niger, Oct. 83 
Protocol (1980): Guyana, Niger, Soviet 
Union, Oct. 83 
Nonscheduled air services, bilateral 

agreement with Yugoslavia, Mar. 86 
Offenses and certain other acts commit- 
ted on board aircraft, convention 
(1963): Byelorussian S.S.R., Aug. 92; 
Cameroon, Oct. 83; Maldives, May 81; 
Soviet Union, Aug. 92; Ukrainian 
S.S.R., June 68 
Reduced air fares and charter air serv- 
ices, bilateral agreement with Mex- 
ico, Mar. 85, Oct. 85 
Suppression of unlawful acts against the 
safety of civil aviation, convention 
(1971): Antigua and Barbados, Jan. 61; 
Maldives, Apr. 87; Rwanda, Jan. 61; 
Yemen (Aden), Oct. 83 
Suppression of unlawful acts of violence at 
airports serving international civil 
aviation, convention (1971): 
Protocol (1988): Argentina, Brazil, Bul- 
garia, Byelorussian S.S.R., Cana- 
da, Chile, China, Costa Rica, 
Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Egypt, 
Ethiopia, May 81; France, Oct. 83; 
German Democratic Republic, Fed- 
eral Republic of Germany, Ghana, 
May 81; Greece, Oct. 83; Hungary, 
Iceland, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, 
May 81; Ivory Coast, Oct. 83; Jamai- 
ca, Korea, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libe- 
ria, Malawi, Malaysia, May 81; 
Marshall Islands, Oct. 83; Mexico, 
May 81; Netherlands, Oct. 83; 
Niger, Norway, Pakistan, Peru, Po- 
land, Portugal, Romania, Saudi 
Arabia, Senegal, Soviet Union, 
Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, 
Ukrainian S.S.R., United Arab 
Emirates, May 81; U.S., July 76, 
May 81; Venezuela, Yugoslavia, 
Zaire, May 81 
Suppression of unlawful seizure of air- 
craft, convention, 1970: Antigua and 
Barbados, Jan. 61; Cameroon, June 68; 
Maldives, Apr. 87; Rwanda, Jan. 61; 
Yemen (Aden), July 76 



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Bahamas: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 

control efforts (Wrobleski), June 49 
Treaties, agreements, etc., May 83, June 
68, Aug. 92, Sept. 83, 84 
Bahrain: 
Arms sales: Murphy, Mar. 75; White 

House, Mar. 76 
Recognition and enforcement of foreign 
arbitral awards, convention (1958), 
June 68 
Balaguer Ricardo, Joaquin, June 65 
Balance-of-payments support program, bi- 
lateral agreement with El Salvador, 
Sept. 84 
Baltic Freedom Day, 1988, proclamation 

(Reagan), Sept. 24 
Bangladesh, treaties, agreements, etc., 

Aug. 92, Oct. 84, Dec. 58, 59 
Barbados, treaties, agreements, etc., Apr. 

87, June 68 
Belgium, treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 
78, 91, Mar. 84, May 83, June 68, July 
76, Nov. 49, Dec. 58, 59 
Belize: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 

control efforts (Wrobleski), June 47 
Treaties, agreements, etc.; Apr. 88, May 
82, July 76 
Benin, international express mail, bilateral 

agreement, Oct. 84 
Berlin Wall, 27th Anniversary (Reagan), 

Oct. 50 
Bernthal, Frederick M., Oct. 67 
Bolivia: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 
control efforts: Shultz, Oct. 17; 
Wrobleski, June 47 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 92, July 

76, Sept. 83, 84 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Abrams), Oct. 

77 
Visit of Secretary Shultz, Oct. 15 
Brazil: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 

control efforts (Wrobleski), June 50 
Trade sanctions against (Reagan, White 

House), Jan. 60 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 62, May 
81, 82, July 76, Aug. 92, Sept. 84, Oct. 
84, Dec. 59 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Abrams), Oct. 

79 
Visit of Secretary Shultz, Oct. 13 
Bremer, L. Paul, III, Jan. 44, 47, May 61, 

June 61, July 62, 65 
Brown, William A., May 37 
Brunei: 
Narcotic drugs, single convention (1961), 

protocol (1972), Feb. 91 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Sigur), July 37 
Bulgaria: 

Human rights (Whitehead), May 55 
Treaties, agreements, etc., May 81, 83, 
July 76, Aug. 92, Dec. 58 
Burkina Faso, treaties, agreements, etc., 

Feb. 91, 92 
Burma: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 
control efforts (Wrobleski), June 50 



Burma (Cont'd) 

Foreign Relations of the United States, 
1952-1951,, Volume XII, Part J, Bur- 
ma, Indonesia, Philippines, Thai- 
laud, released, Jan. 64 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Apr. 87, Sept. 

83, Oct. 83 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Sigur), July 37 
Bush, George, remarks: 
Iranian Airbus tragedy, Sept. 42 
Moscow summit, Aug. 40 
Byelorussian S.S.R., treaties, agreements, 
etc., Apr. 87, May 81, July 76, Aug. 92, 
Dec. 58 



Cabrera Hidalgo, Alfonso, Oct. 2, 3 
Cambodia (Toronto economic summit), Aug. 
49 
POW/MIAs (Lambertson), Sept. 15 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Sigur), July 37 
U.S. policy: Armacost, Sept. 21; Lam- 
bertson, Oct. 40; Shultz, Apr. 46; 
Twining, Dec. 31 
Cameroon, treaties, agreements, etc., May 

81, 83, June 68, July 76, Oct. 83 
Canada: 
Economic development (Group of 7 state- 
ment and annex), Mar. 67 
Nuclear-powered submarines, acquisition 

(Department), July 61 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 61, 62, 
Feb. 92, Mar. 83, Apr. 87, 88, May 81, 
82, 83, July 76, Aug. 92, Sept. 83, 84, 
Oct. 83, 84, Nov. 49, Dec. 59 
U.S. relations (GIST), July 23 
U.S. trade and trade relations: Reagan, 
Jan. 2, Mar. 57, Dec. 22; White House, 
Mar. 57; Whitehead, Jan. 34 
U.S. -Canada free trade agreement, 
summary, July 24 
U.S. visit of Prime Minister Mulroney: 
Mulroney, July 22; Reagan, July 21 
Cape Verde, training relating to defense ar- 
ticles under IMET program, Mar. 84 
Captive Nations Week, 1988, proclamation 

(Reagan), Oct. 57 
Caribbean region. See under Latin America 
Carlucci, Frank, July 61 
Cavaco Silva, Anibal, May 47 
Central African Republic, international ex- 
press mail, bilateral agreement, Dec. 
59 
Central America. See under Latin America 
Change and international stability: Shultz, 

Jan. 3, Apr. 38; Solomon, May 34 
Chemical weapons (CW): Nitze, Feb. 83; 
Shultz, Aug. 86; U.S. -Soviet joint 
statement, Aug. 28 
Convention proposed (U.S. -Soviet joint 

statement), Feb. 15 
Middle East: Murphy, Dec. 43; UN, Wal- 
ters, July 69 
Soviet delegation tours U.S. chemical mu- 
nitions destruction facility (Depart- 
ment), Jan. 22 



Chemical weapons (Cont'd) 

U.S. arms control initiatives, Jan. 27, May 
28, July 20 
Chile (Whitney), Feb. 89 

Democratic progress (Department), Mar. 

83, Nov. 48, Dec. 57 

Human rights (Department), Sept. 82 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 84, May 

81, July 76, Aug. 92, Dec. 59 
China: 
Afghanistan, refugee aid (Karp), Mar. 21 
Economic reforms: Armacost, Aug. 70; 

Wallis, June 25 
Missile sales to Iran (Murphy), Mar. 76 
Taiwan: Wallis, June 24; White House, 

Apr. 65 
Trade issues (Reagan), Sept. 17 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 84, May 

81, 83, July 76, 77, Aug. 92, Oct. 84, 

Dec. 58, 59 
U.S. relations: Armacost, Aug. 69, 71; 

Shultz, Oct. 29 
Visit of Secretary Shultz, Oct. 29 
Clark, William, Jr., Apr. 58, May 65, Dec. 

27,30 
Colombia: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 

control efforts: Shultz, Oct. 17; 

Wrobleski, June 47, 48 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 62, Mar. 

84, June 68, July 76 

U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Abrams), Oct. 
77 
Commodities (see also Trade and name of 
commodity): 
Commodity import grant agreement for 
agricultural sector support program, 
Pakistan, Nov. 49 
Commodity imports, bilateral agreement 

with Egypt, Apr. 88 
Common Fund for, with schedules, agree- 
ment (1980): Cuba, Oct. 83; Congo, 
Jan. 61; Honduras, Aug. 92; Maldives, 
Aug. 92, Sept. 83; Mauritania, Nov. 
84; Soviet Union, Feb. 91; Swaziland, 
Feb. 91, Sept. 83 
Comoros, establishment of Peace Corps pro- 
gram, bilateral agreement, Mar. 85 
Congo, treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 61, 

May 82, Sept. 84, Nov. 49 
Congress, U.S.: 

Bipartisan cooperation and national secu- 
rity strategy (Reagan), Apr. 30 
Executive-congressional relations (Rea- 
gan), Jan. 2 
Legislation: 
Foreign relations authorization act, FY 

1988 and 1989 (Reagan), Mar. 70 
Nicaragua, humanitarian aid to resist- 
ance (Woods), Aug. 77 
Legislation, proposed: 
Anti-Apartheid Act, 1986, amendments 

(Whitehead), Aug. 58 
Foreign affairs budget, FY 89: 
Foreign operations, overview (Shultz), 
May 12 
East Asia and the Pacific (Sigur), 

July 33 
Economic assistance programs 

(Woods), July 54 
Latin America and Caribbean 

(Abrams), Oct. 72 
Middle East and North Africa 
(Murphy), June 40 



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Congress, U.S. (Cont'd) 

Security assistance (Whitehead), 

Sept. 53 
Foreign policy administration 

(Shultz), July 8 
International organizations and pro- 
grams (Williamson), July 71 
Narcotics, certification of source coun- 
tries (Wrobleski), June 47 
Nicaragua, contra aid (Reagan), Apr. 33 
Omnibus trade bill (Whitehead), Jan. 34 
Refugee admissions, 1989, proposed 

(Shultz), Nov. 12 
Terrorism, counter measures funding 
(Bremer), Jan. 46 
Antiterrorism assistance program 
(Bremer), June 61 
Senate advice and consent: 

Intermediate-range nuclear forces 

(INF) treaty: Glitman, Mar. 43; Ka- 
mpelman, Mar. 41; Shultz, Mar. 31, 
May 18, July 6 
Labor, implementation of international 

standards, Sept. 83 
Merchant ships, minimum standards, 

Sept. 83 
Montreal protocol to Vienna convention 
on protection of the ozone layer, 
May 82 
Nuclear accidents, assistance on, con- 
vention (1986), Dec. 58 
Nuclear accidents, early notification, 

convention (1986), Dec. 58 
Prevention of pollution from ships, in- 
ternational convention (1973), Annex 
V, Jan. 61 
Taxation, double, avoidance of, supple- 
mentary treaty with Belgium, May 
83 
Taxation, double, avoidance of, with 
protocol, bilateral agreement with 
Indonesia, Oct. 84 
Taxes on income and property, protocol, 
bilateral agreement with France, 
Oct. 84 
Conservation (see also Fish and Fisheries): 
Antarctic marine living resources, con- 
vention (1980), Canada, Oct. 83 
Antarctic seals, conservation, convention 
(1972), Federal Republic of Germany, 
Feb. 92 
Endangered species of wild fauna and flo- 
ra, international trade in, convention 
(1973), amendment (1979), U.S., Feb. 
91 
Wetlands of international importance, es- 
pecially as waterfowl habitat (1971), 
protocol (1982), U.S., Feb. 91 
( dnsular relations (U.S. -Soviet joint state- 
ment), Feb. 16 
Vienna convention on (1967): Dominica, 
Feb. 91; Guinea, Sept. 83; Saudi 
Arabia, Sept. 83; Western Samoa, 
Jan. 61 
Containers, safe, international convention 
(1972) as amended: Greece, Oct. 83; 
Peru, Yugoslavia, May 82 
Coordinating Committee for Multilateral 
Export Controls (COCOM): Shultz, 
Apr. 46; Wendt, Mar. 63, 64, Oct. 46; 
Whitehead, July 42 
Costa Rica (Madrigal), Oct. 4 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 61, 62, 
Mar. 85, May 81, 82, 83, June 68, July 
76, Aug. 92, Oct. 84 



Costa Rica (Cont'd) 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Abrams), Oct. 

77 
Visit of Secretary Shultz, Sept. 80 
Cote d'lvoire, treaties, agreements, etc., 
Jan. 61, Mar. 83, 84, Apr. 87, May 82, 
Oct. 83, Nov. 49 
Criminal matters. See Judicial matters 
Crocker, Chester A., Aug. 62, Sept. 3 
Cuba: 
Angola, involvement in: Crocker, Nov. 18; 
Delegations' statements, Sept. 3, Nov. 
18, 19; Department, Sept. 3; Skoug, 
Sept. 73; White House, Nov. 18 
Principles for a peaceful settlement in 
southwestern Africa, Sept. 5 
Cuban Independence Day (Reagan), Aug. 

91 
Economic, social, political situation 

(Skoug), Sept. 75 
Human rights, UN involvement (Wil- 
liamson), Sept. 62 
Migration agreement with U.S. (Skoug), 

May 76, Sept. 72 
Soviet-Cuban militarization in Nicaragua 

(Reagan), Apr. 33 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 85, May 

82, July 76, Aug. 92, Oct. 83, Nov. 48 
U.S. relations (Skoug), Sept. 72 

Cultural relations: 
Cultural cooperation, bilateral agreement 

with Algeria, Dec. 59 
Culture, education, science and technolo- 
gy, cooperation and exchanges, bilat- 
eral agreements: Czechoslovakia, Nov. 
49; Hungary, Feb. 92 
Fulbright program, exchange of schol- 
ars, bilateral agreement with Ger- 
man Democratic Republic, Nov. 49 
General exchanges agreement with So- 
viet Union, Aug. 44 
High school exchange proposal, bilateral 
agreement with Soviet Union, Aug. 
45 
People-to-people exchanges (U.S.- 
Soviet joint statement), Feb. 15 
U.S. -German Youth Exchange Council 
(Reagan), May 46 
Customs Cooperative Council, convention 
(1950): Cuba, Nov. 48; Gambia, Oct. 83 
Mutual customs service assistance, bilat- 
eral agreements: Finland, Mar. 85; 
Sweden, Sept. 85 
Cyprus: 
Reports to Congress (Reagan), Feb. 86, 
Apr. 69, June 32, Aug. 76, Oct. 50, 
Dec. 37 
Treaties, agreements, etc., July 76, Sept. 

83, 84, Oct. 83, 84 
Czechoslovakia: 

Human rights: Reagan, Nov. 31; White- 
head, May 55 

Treaties, agreements, etc., Apr. 87, May 
81, July 76, Sept. 84, Nov. 49, Dec. 58 



D 



Debt management: 
Debt consolidation and rescheduling, bi- 
lateral agreements: Ecuador, Nov. 49; 
Egypt, Apr. 88; Gabon, July 77; Ivory 
Coast, Nov. 49; Jamaica, Mar. 85; Mo- 



Debt management (Cont'd) 

rocco, June 69; N>g er - May 84; Philip- 
pines, Aug. 93; Senegal, Oct. 85; Sier- 
ra Leone, Jan. 63; Somalia, May 84; 
Uganda, Apr. 89; Zaire, June 69 

Middle-income developing countries (Mi- 
lam), Oct. 43 

Program for sustained growth (Baker 
plan): Shultz, Jan. 15; Whitney, Feb. 
89 

Sub-Sahara Africa (Milam), Oct. 45 

Third World debt (Shultz), Dec. 18 

Toronto economic summit proposal (Mi- 
lam), Oct. 46 
Defense and national security (see also Ar- 
maments, U.S.; Security assistance, 
U.S.): Reagan, Feb. 19 

Arms procurement procedures (Wallis), 
Jan. 31, 32 

British Indian Ocean Territory Islands, 
availability of for defense purposes, 
bilateral agreement with U.K. 
(amended), Jan. 63 

Defense cooperation, bilateral agreement 
with Spain, Mar. 69 

Defense Department budget cuts (Rea- 
gan), May 11 

Defense facilities in the Bahamas, bilat- 
eral agreement, Sept. 84 

Defense procurement, bilateral agree- 
ment with Sweden, Feb. 92 

Defense-related technologies, transfer of, 
bilateral agreement with Japan, Mar. 
85 

Direct communications link, memo of un- 
derstanding with Soviet Union, Sept. 
85 

Low-intensity conflict (Reagan), Apr. 27 

Military assistance funding (Shultz), May 
15 

Mutual cooperation in research and devel- 
opment, scientist and engineer ex- 
change, procurement and logistic 
support of defense equipment, memo 
of understanding with Israel, Mar. 85 

Mutual defense assistance, Japan's finan- 
cial contributions, bilateral agree- 
ment with Japan, Nov. 49 

Mutual logistic support, bilateral agree- 
ments: France, Jan. 62; Israel, Sept. 
84; Korea, Aug. 93 

National security strategy (Reagan), 
Apr. 1 

NATO anti-air warfare system (NAAWS), 
memo of understanding: Canada, Fed- 
eral Republic of Germany, Nether- 
lands, Spain, U.K., U.S., May 82 

NATO insensitive munitions information 
center, pilot, memo of understanding: 
France, Netherlands, Norway, U.K., 
Sept. 83 

Nuclear-powered submarines, Canadian 
acquisition (Department), July 61 

Security of military information, bilateral 
agreement with United Arab Emir- 
ates, Feb. 93 

Sembach Air Base, Germany, allied tacti- 
cal operations center, bilateral agree- 
ment with Supreme Headquarters 
Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE), Mar. 
85 

Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI): Rea- 
gan, Mar. 26, June 22, Aug. 33; 
Rowny, May 24 



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Defense and national security (Cont'd) 
Technological innovation (Wallis), Jan. 30 
U.S. armed forces in Japan, treaty of mu- 
tual cooperation and security, May 84 
U.S. defense policy (Reagan), Apr. 11 
U.S. foreign assistance programs (Rea- 
gan), Apr. 28 
U.S. intelligence policy (Reagan), Apr. 18 
U.S. -Japan defense cooperation (Clark), 

Dec. 30 
U.S. -Philippines military bases agree- 
ment review, 1988: Manglapus, Dec. 
26; Reagan, Dec. 27; Shultz, Dec. 26 
Text, Dec. 24 
U.S. -Soviet arms control talks, chronol- 
ogy, May 29 
Western Hemisphere security strategy 
(Reagan), Apr. 19 
De la Madrid, Miguel, May 6 
De Mita, Ciriaco, Aug. 47, Sept. 29 
Delors, Jacques, Aug. 47 
Democracy and democratic progress (see 
also names of individual countries): 
Acevedo, Oct. 4; Lambertson, Mar. 61; 
Powell, Oct. 51; Reagan, Feb. 19, Apr. 
32, Aug. 17; Shultz, Jan. 5, 18, Oct. 12, 
19, 30, Dec. 15; Whitehead, June 34; 
Whitney, Feb. 87 
Denmark: 
Nuclear-free zone policy (Department), 

June 31 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 62, Feb. 

91, Mar. 85, 89, May 81, July 76, Aug. 

92, Nov. 49, Dec. 58 
Developing countries: 

Debt problems: Milan, Oct. 43; Shultz, 
Dec. 18; Toronto economic summit, 
Aug. 51 
Less developed countries (LDCs): Milam, 
Oct. 43; Woods, July 55 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Woods), July 
54 
Newly industrialized economies (NICs): 
Toronto economic summit, Aug 51; 
Wallis, June 24, Aug. 72; White 
House, Apr. 65; Whitehead, July 40 
Digest of United States Practice in Interna- 
tional Law, 1980, released, July 80 
Diplomacy: Armacost, Nov. 40; Gorbachev, 
Feb. 10; Kampelman, Dec. 38 
Diplomatic relations, Vienna convention 
(1961): Albania, May 82; Dominica, 
Feb. 91; Western Samoa, Jan. 61 
Diplomatic security (Shultz), July 12 
U.S. diplomatic policy (Reagan), Apr. 8 
Dobriansky, Paula, Oct. 54 
Dominica, treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 

91, July 76, 77, Sept. 83, 84 
Dominican Republic: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Apr. 88, May 
82, 83, June 68, July 76, Aug. 92, Nov. 
49, Dec. 59 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Abrams), Oct. 

80 
U.S. visit of President Balaguer: Bal- 
aguer, June 65; Reagan, June 64 
Double taxation. See under Taxes 
Drugs, narcotic (see also names of individu- 
al countries): Shultz, Dec. 14; Toronto 
economic summit, Aug. 49 
Afghanistan, opium production and traffic 

(Karp) Mar. 19 
Certification of narcotics source countries 
(Wrobleski), June 47 



Drugs, narcotic (Cont'd) 

Drug trafficking offenses, investigation 
and seizure, bilateral agreement with 
U.K., Apr. 89 
International trafficking control pro- 
grams: Shultz, May 17; Wrobleski, 
June 48 
Latin America, control efforts: Abrams, 

Oct. 77, 79; Shultz, Oct. 17 
Mexico, cooperative arrangements to curb 
illegal traffic in narcotics, bilateral 
agreement, May 84 
Psychotropic substances, convention 
(1971): Brunei, Feb. 91; 
Czechoslovakia, Dec. 58; Uganda, 
Sept. 83; United Arab Emirates, Mav 
82 
Single convention on (1961): 
Protocol (1972): Brunei, Feb. 91; German 
Democratic Republic, Dec. 58; Hun- 
gary, Jan. 61; Somalia, Uganda, 
Aug. 92; United Arab Emirates, 
May 82 
South Asian region, control efforts: 
Brown, May 40; Shultz, Dec. 20 
Task Force on narcotics, multinational, 

statement, Nov. 44 
U.K., bilateral agreements re: Anguilla, 
Dec. 59; Cayman Islands, Feb. 93, 
Aug. 93; Monserrat, Nov. 50; Turks 
and Caicos Islands, Mar. 85, Oct. 85 
U.S. control efforts (Shultz), Oct. 16 
Duarte, Jose Napoleon, Jan. 58 



E 



East-West relations: NAC, May 5; Powell, 
Oct. 52; Shultz, Jan. 6, May 12, July 8; 
Toronto economic summit, Aug. 47; 
Whitehead, Sept. 33 
Economy, domestic: Group of 7 statement 
and annex, Mar. 68; Wallis, Aug. 73 
Federal budget deficit (Shultz), Dec. 18 
Structural adjustment (Wallis), July 44 
Economy, world (see also Debt manage- 
ment): Shultz, May 14, Oct. 8; Wallis, 
Aug. 72 
ASEAN-U.S. trade: joint statement, Apr. 

55; Shultz, Oct. 26 
Balance-of-payments support program, bi- 
lateral agreement with El Salvador, 
May 83 
Economic summits: 
1981-88 (GIST), Dec. 34 
Summary (Whitehead), July 39 
Group of 7 finance ministers and central 
bank governors, trade and monetary 
policies meeting, June 26 
Information revolution (Shultz), Oct. 8, 23, 

25 
International economic institutions 

(Shultz), Dec. 19 
Multilateral investment guarantee agen- 
cy, convention (1985), U.S., June 68 
Organization for Economic Cooperation 
and Development (OECD) meeting: 
Ridgway, July 52; Whitehead, July 42 



Economy, world (Cont'd) 

Pacific Basin development: Solomon, May 
33; Wallis, June 23 

Policy coordination efforts: Group of 7 
statement and annex, Mar. 66; Toron- 
to economic summit, Aug. 50 

Structural adjustment: Toronto economic 
summit, Aug. 52; Wallis, July 46 

SWAP agreement between U.S. Treasury 
and Central Bank of the Argentine 
Republic/Government of the Argen- 
tine Republic, July 77 

SWAP agreement between U.S. Treasury 
and Central Bank of Brazil/ 
Government of Brazil, memo of under- 
standing, Oct. 84 

SWAP agreement between U.S. Treasury 
and Central Bank of Republic of 
Yugolavia, bilateral agreement, Oct. 
85 

SWAP agreement between U.S. Treasury 
and Central Bank of Ecuador, bilat- 
eral agreement, Mar. 85 

Toronto economic summit (Reagan, White 
House), Aug. 53 
Economic declaration, Aug. 49 
Statements on: Cambodia, Aug. 49; 
East-West relations, Aug. 47; Mid- 
dle East, narcotics, South Africa, 
Aug. 49; terrorism, Aug. 48 

Trade and global monetary policies 
(Group of 7), June 26 

U.S. and world economy: Shultz, June 18, 
Oct. 26, Dec. 16; Wallis, Aug. 72; 
Whitehead, July 39 

U.S. foreign economic policy, 1981-1987: 
July 47; Reagan, Apr. 9 
Ecuador: 

Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 
control efforts: Shultz, Oct. 18; 
Wrobleski, June 50 

Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 85, Mav 

82, June 68, July 76, Aug. 92, Sept. ' 

83, Oct. 83, 84, Nov. 48, 49 

U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Abrams), Oct. 

79 
Education: 
Agency for International Development 

(AID), FY 89, budget request 

(Woods), July 58 
Bilateral agreement with Egypt, Sept. 84 
East Asian students in U.S. (Wallis), June 

26 
Egypt, Arab Republic of: 
Background notes, Apr. 74 
Profile, Apr. 75 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 92, Apr. 

88, May 81, June 68, July 76, 77, Sept. 

84, Oct. 83, 84, Dec. 58 

U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Murphv), June 

42 
U.S. visit of President Mubarek: 

Mubarek, Apr. 73; Reagan, Apr. 72 
Visit of Secretary Shultz, Sept. 47, 49 
El Salvador: 
Democratic progress: Acevedo, Oct. 4; 

Reagan, Apr. 32 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Apr. 88, May 

82, 83, June 68, July 77, Aug. 92, 

Sept. 84, Dec. 59 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Abrams), Oct. 

76 
U.S. visit of President Duarte: Duarte, 

Jan. 59; Reagan, Jan. 58 
Visit of Secretary Shultz, Sept. 78 



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Employment of dependents of official gov- 
ernment employees, bilateral agree- 
ments: France, June 68; Grenada, Jan. 
62: Peru, June 69; Venezuela, Oct. 85 
Energy: 

Exchange of energy-related information, 
memo of understanding: France, Aug. 
92; Federal Republic of Germany, Jan. 
62 
Japan, cooperative ventures with (Wallis), 

Jan. 37 
Magnetic fusion energy, memo of under- 
standing with Canada, Jan. 62 
Research and development, bilateral 
agreement with Venezuela, May 84 
Environmental modification, prohibition of 
military or other hostile use of, conven- 
tion (1977): Guatemala, May 82; 
Switzerland, Oct. 83 
Environmental problems and control (see 
also Oil pollution): Toronto economic 
summit, Aug. 52; U.S. -Soviet joint 
statement, Feb. 16 
Flood control cooperation, bilateral agree- 
ment with Canada, Dec. 59 
Hazardous waste disposal (Bernthal), Oct. 

67 
Intervention on the high seas in cases of 
pollution by substances other than oil, 
protocol (1973), Switzerland, Apr. 87 
Long-range transboundary air pollution, 
convention (1979), protocol (1984): 
France, Jan. 61; Greece, Sept. 83; 
U.S., Yugoslavia, Jan. 61 
Marine environment of the wider Carib- 
bean region, convention (1983): U.S., 
June 68, July 76 
Nogales sewage treatment plant, treat- 
ment and disposal of sewage, bilateral 
agreement with Mexico, Nov. 49 
Ozone layer, protection, convention (1985): 
Belgium, Denmark, Dec. 58; Egypt, 
July 76; Equatorial Guinea, European 
Economic Community, Dec. 58; 
France, Feb. 91; Federal Republic of 
Germany, Dec. 58; Hungary, July 76; 
Japan, Luxembourg, Dec. 58; Mal- 
dives, July 76; Netherlands, Portugal, 
Dec. 58; Spain, Oct. 83; Uganda, 
U.S., Aug. 92; Venezuela, Nov. 48 
Ozone layer, protection, convention (1985): 
Montreal protocol (1987): Reagan, June 
30 
Current actions: Argentina, Sept. 83; 
Australia, Aug. 92; Byelorussian 
S.S.R., Apr. 87, June 68; Canada, 
Sept. 83; Chile, Aug. 92; Egypt, 
Oct. 83; Greece, Apr. 87; Indo- 
nesia, Oct. 83; Israel, June 68; Ja- 
pan, Dec. 58; Luxembourg, June 
68, Dec. 58; Maldives, Sept. 83; 
Mexico, Morocco, June 68; New 
Zealand, Oct. 83; Norway, Aug. 
92; Soviet Union, Apr. 87; 
Sweden, Sept. 83; Ukrainian 
S.S.R., Apr. 87, Dec. 58; U.S., 
May 82, June 68 
Prevention of marine pollution by dump- 
ing of wastes and other matter, con- 
vention (1972), Ivory Coast, Apr. 87 
Amendments (1975), Switzerland, Apr. 
87 



Environmental problems and control 
(Cont'd) 
Prevention of pollution from ships, inter- 
national convention (1973): Australia, 
Ivory Coast, Jan. 61 
Annex V: pollution by garbage (1973): 
Austria, Marshall Islands, Nether- 
lands, U.K. (extension to Cayman 
Islands and Bermuda), Oct. 83; 
U.S., Jan. 61, Feb. 91, Mar. 83, Apr. 
87 
Protocol (1978): Antigua and Barbados, 
May 82; Austria, Oct. 83; Brazil, 
May 82; Burma, Marshall Islands, 
Oct. 83; Portugal, Mar. 84; Switzer- 
land, May 82; U.K. (extension to 
Bermuda), Oct. 83 (Cayman Is- 
lands), Sept. 83 
Waste exports (Bernthal), Oct. 67 
Equatorial Guinea, treaties, agreements, 

etc., Jan. 62, Dec. 58 
Ethiopia (Shultz), July 10 
Civil war and famine relief: Crocker, 
Gladson, Aug. 62; Williamson, Aug. 
62,66 
UN efforts (Williamson), Aug. 65, Sept. 
63 
Soviet interest in (Reagan), July 2 
Suppression of unlawful acts of violence at 
airports serving international civil 
aviation, convention (1971), protocol 
(1988), May 81 
Europe (see also East-West relations and 
names of individual countries): 
Conference on Security and Cooperation 
in Europe (CSCE): Reagan, Aug. 2; 
U.S. -Soviet joint statement, Aug. 28 
Helsinki Final Act (Reagan), Mar. 54, 

Aug. 2, 5, 7, Oct. 57 
24th semiannual report, released, Oct. 
86 
Confidence- and Security-Building Meas- 
ures and Disarmament Conference 
(CDE), Stockholm (Shultz), Aug. 85 
U.S. arms control initiatives, Jan. 27, 
May 30, July 20 
Eastern: 
U.S. human rights policy (Whitehead), 

May 56 
U.S. national security strategy (Rea- 
gan), Apr. 20 
U.S. relations (Whitehead), Apr. 66 
Mutual and balanced force reductions 
(NAC), May 2, 4, 5 
U.S. arms control initiatives, Jan. 27; 
May 30, July 21 
Protectionism and trade barriers (Wallis), 

Jan. 29 
U.S. relations (Ridgway), July 50 
Western Europe and NATO, U.S. national 
security strategy (Reagan), Apr. 21 
European Atomic Energy Community 

(EURATOM), radioactive waste man- 
agement, cooperative program agree- 
ment, May 83 
European Economic Community: 
Intra-European air services (Shane), June 

29 
Meat imports from U.S. (White House), 

Mar. 68 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 91, 92, 

June 68, Dec. 56 
U.S. relations and trade issues (White 
House), Jan. 38 
European Space Agency (ESA), Nov. 49 



European Telecommunications Satellite Or- 
ganization (EUTELSAT), Mar. 84 

Evren, Kenan, Sept. 31 

Expositions, international, convention 

(1972), El Salvador (denunciation), June 
68 

Extradition, supplementary treaties: Cana- 
da, Mar. 84; Spain, June 69; U.K., Apr. 
89 



F 



Fiji (Reagan), Apr. 25 
International sugar agreement (1987), rat- 
ification, May 82 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Sigur), July 37 
Finland: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 92, Mar. 
85, May 82, June 68, July 76, Oct. 84, 
Dec. 58 
U.S. relations (Reagan), Aug. 2 
U.S. visit of Prime Minister Holkeri, July 

51 
Visit of President Reagan, July 2 
Fish and fisheries: 
Data on fisheries harvest in the Bering 
Sea, bilateral agreement with Korea, 
Oct. 84 
Fisheries off the coast of the U.S., bilat- 
eral agreements: German Democratic 
Republic, Aug. 92, Sept. 84; Japan, 
Jan. 62, Apr. 88; Korea, Feb. 92; Sovi- 
et Union, Feb. 93 
Mutual fisheries relations, bilateral 
agreement with Soviet Union, Aug. 
42,93 
North Pacific Ocean, commercial oppor- 
tunities (Wolfe), Oct. 64 
North Pacific Ocean, high seas fisheries, 
international convention (1952): 
Amended annex (1986): Canada, Japan, 

U.S., Mar. 83 
Enforcement, memorandum of under- 
standing (1986): Canada, Japan, 
U.S., Mar. 83 
Salomid research, memo of understand- 
ing (1986): Canada, Japan, U.S., 
Mar. 83 
Pacific Islands regional fisheries treaty 
(1987): Reagan, Apr. 25; Sigur, July 38 
Current actions: Federated States of 
Micronesia, Jan. 61; Kiribati, Niue, 
Palau, June 68; Solomon Islands, 
Jan. 61; U.S., Jan. 61, Mar. 83, Aug. 
92, Dec. 58 
U.S. access to fisheries in U.S.S.R. eco- 
nomic zone, bilateral agreement with 
Soviet Union, May 84 
U.S. -Soviet meeting (joint statement), 

Apr. 68 
Whaling convention, international, and 
schedule of whaling regulations 
(1946): Belize (withdrawal), Apr. 88; 
Philippines (withdrawal), Feb. 92 
Food and Agriculture Organization (Wil- 
liamson), Apr. 82, 83 
Foreign affairs, U.S. (see also Diplomacy 
and Foreign aid, U.S.): 
Foreign policy administration, FY 89 
budget, request (Shultz), July 8 



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Foreign affairs, U.S. (Cont'd) 
International organizations and programs, 
FY 89 budget, request (Williamson), 
July 71 
Foreign aid, U.S. (see also Humanitarian 
aid and Security assistance, U.S.): 
East Asia and the Pacific, FY 89 budget, 

request (Sigur), July 33 
Economic assistance, FY 89 budget, re- 
quest (Woods), July 54 
Economic stabilization and recovery pro- 
gram II, bilateral agreement with 
Honduras, Dec. 59 
Economic support, bilateral agreement 

with Guatemala, Sept. 84 
Foreign affairs, FY 88 budget: Shultz, 

Apr. 47; Spiers, July 28 
Foreign operations, FY 89 budget, re- 
quest (Shultz), May 12 
Latin America and the Caribbean, FY 89 
budget, request (Abrams), Oct. 72, 78 
(chart) 
Middle East and North Africa, FY 89 
budget, request (Murphy), June 40 
Foreign policy, U.S.: Whitehead, June 33; 
Powell, Oct. 51; Reagan, Feb. 20, Nov. 9 
Agency for International Development 

(AID): Woods, July 54 
Agenda 1988 (Shultz), Apr. 43 
American Foreign Policy: Current Docu- 
ments, 1982, Supplement, microfiche 
publication, released, Feb. 94 
American Foreign Policy: Current Docu- 
ments, 1983, Supplement, microfiche 
publication, released, July 81 
American Foreign Policy: Current Docu- 
ments, 1986, released, Feb. 94 
Diplomacy: Armacost, Nov. 40; Kampel- 

man, Dec. 38; Reagan, Apr. 8 
Foreign relations authorization act, FY 88 

and 89 (Reagan), Mar. 70 
Military assistance programs (Shultz), 

May 14 
Principles, objectives, purposes (Shultz), 
May 12 
Foreign Relations of the United States, 

1952-1954, Volume XII, Part 2, Burma. 
Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, re- 
leased, Jan. 64 
Foreign Relations of the United States, 

1955-1957, Volume XI, United Nations 
oiul General International Matters, re- 
leased, Dec. 61 
Foreign Relations of the United States, Sup- 
plement, Memoranda of Conversation 
of the Secret/try of State, 1947-1952, mi- 
crofiche publication, released, July 79 
France: 
Economic development (Group of 7 state- 
ment and annex), Mar. 67 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 61, 62, 
Feb. 91, 93, May 82, 83, June 68, July 
76, Aug. 92, Sept. 83, 84, Oct. 83, 84, 
Nov. 49 
Freedom: Reagan, Feb. 20, Mar. 25, Apr. 35, 
Aug. 4, 17, 39, Nov. 7; Whitehead, Sept. 
33; Williamson, July 68 
Funseth, Robert, May 58 



Gambia, treaties, agreements, etc., May 83, 

July 76, Oct. 83 
Gandhi, Rajiv, Jan. 41, 42 
Geneva conventions on treatment of armed 
forces, civilian persons, and prisoners 
of war (1949): 
Protocol I (1977), re protection of victims 
of international armed conflicts: 
Burkina Faso, Guatemala, Feb. 91; 
Guyana, May 82; Democratic People's 
Republic of Korea, Liberia, Nov. 49; 
New Zealand, May 82; Qatar, Nov. 49; 
Saudi Arabia, Feb. 91 
Protocol II (1977): re protection of victims 
of noninternational armed conflict: 
Burkina Faso, Guatemala, Feb. 91; 
Guyana, May 82; Liberia, Nov. 49; 
New Zealand, May 82 
German Democratic Republic, treaties, 
agreements, etc., May 81, 82, July 76, 
Aug. 92, Sept. 84, Nov. 49, Dec. 58 
Germany, Federal Republic of: 
Economic development (Group of 7 state- 
ment and annex), Mar. 67 
IFFN system, testing and evaluation, sup- 
port of joint U.S. services program, 
bilateral agreement, Dec. 59 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 62, Feb. 
78, 91, 92, Apr. 87, 88, May 81, 82, 
July 76, Sept. 83, Nov. 49, Dec. 58 
U.S. visit of Chancellor Kohl: Kohl, May 
45, 46; Reagan, May 44, 46 
Ghana, treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 61, 

May 81 
Gladson, Charles, Aug. 62 
Glitman, Maynard W., Mar. 43 
Goodman, Dennis C, Oct. 70 
Gorbachev, Mikhail S.: 
Soviet Union: 
INF treaty, Feb. 4, 9 
Perestroika, Feb. 6, 7 
Summit, Moscow, Aug. 8, 12, 22, 35 
U.S. relations, Feb. 7 
U.S. visit: Reagan, Feb. 1; Gorbachev, 

Feb. 2; White House, Feb. 12 
World peace, Feb. 9 
Goria, Giovanni, Mar. 68, 69 
Greece: 
Greek Independence Day, 1988, proclama- 
tion (Reagan), June 31 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 92, Apr. 
87, July 76, Aug. 92, 93, Sept. 83, Oct. 
83, 84, Nov. 49, Dec. 59 
Grenada, treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 

62, Feb. 91, June 68 
Grosz, Karoly, Dec. 36 
Guatemala: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 91, 92, 
May 81, 83, June 68, Sept. 84, Nov. 48, 
Dec. 58 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Abrams), Oct. 

76 
Visits of Secretary Shultz, Sept. 76, Oct. 
2 
Guinea, treaties, agreements, etc., May 83, 

July 76, Sept. 83 
Guinea-Bissau, establishment of Peace 
Corps program, bilateral agreement, 
Apr. 88 
Guyana, treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 85, 
May 82, July 76, Oct. 83, Nov. 49 



H 



Haiti (Shultz), Jan. 7, 8 
Democratic progress (Department), Mar. 
83 
Hawke, Robert J. L., Sept. 50 
Health and medical research: 
Agency for International Development 
(AID), FY 89, budget request 
(Woods), July 57, 58 
AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syn- 
drome): Department, Jan. 58; Koop, 
Jan. 56 
U.N. General Assembly resolution, Jan. 
57 
Border sanitation problem, bilateral 
agreement with Mexico, Feb. 92 
Cooperation, bilateral agreement with 
Mexico, May 84 
Helsinki Human Rights Day, 1988, proclama- 
tion (Reagan), Oct. 57 
Herzog, Chaim, Mar. 72, 73 
Honduras: Lopez, Oct. 4; Shultz, May 21, 
Oct. 3 
Sandinista offensive against Nicaraguan 

contras (Shultz), May 75 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 62, May 

82, Aug. 92, Oct. 84, Dec. 59 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Abrams), Oct. 

77 
Visit of Secretary Shultz, Sept. 79, 80 
Hong Kong: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 

control efforts (Wrobleski), June 50 
Economic development (Wallis), June 24 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 61, Mav 

84, Oct. 84 
U.S. trade relations (White House), Apr. 
65 
Human rights (see also Europe: Conference 
on Security and Cooperation in Europe 
(CSCE): Dobriansky, Oct. 54; Reagan, 
July 3, 4, Aug. 10, 11, 35, Nov. 3; Schif- 
ter, Apr. 70, Nov. 33; U.S.-Soviet joint 
statement, Aug. 29; Whitehead, Sept. 
35 
Afghanistan (Karp), Mar. 19 
American convention on (1969), Suriname, 

Mar. 83 
Child survival, bilateral project grant 
agreement with Pakistan, Dec. 59 
Chile (Department), Sept. 82 
Convention against torture and other 
cruel, inhuman or degrading treat- 
ment or punishment (1984): Af- 
ghanistan, Algeria, Argentina, 
Austria, Belgium, Belize, Bolivia, 
Brazil, Bulgaria, Byelorussian S.S.R., 
Cameroon, Canada, July 76; Chile, 
China, July 76, Dec. 59; Colombia, 
Costa Rica, Cuba, Cyprus, July 76; 
Czechoslovakia, July 76, Sept. 84; 
Denmark, Dominica, Dominican Re- 
public, Ecuador, Finland, PYance, 
Gambia, German Democratic Repub- 
lic, Federal Republic of Germany, 
July 76; Greece, July 76, Dec. 59; 
Guinea, July 76; Guyana, July 76, 
Nov. 49; Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, 
Israel, Italy, Liechtenstein, Lux- 



Gabon, consolidation and rescheduling of 
certain debts, bilateral agreement, 
July 77 



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Convt ntion against torture and other cruel, 
mini man or degrading treatment or 
punishnu nt (1984) (Cont'd) 
embourg, Mexico, Netherlands, 
Nicaragua, July 76; Nigeria, Oct. 84; 
Norway, Panama, July 76; Peru, July 

76, Sept. 84; Philippines, Portugal, 
Senegal, Sierra Leone, Soviet Union, 
Spain, Sudan, Sweden, Switzerland, 
Togo, July 76; Tunisa, July 76, Dec. 
59; Turkey, July 76, Oct. 84; Uganda, 
Ukrainian S.S.R., U.K., Uruguay, 
July 76; U.S., July 76, Aug. 79; Ven- 
ezuela, July 76 

Text, Aug. 79 
Eastern Europe (Whitehead), May 54 
Economic, social and cultural rights, in- 
ternational covenant (1966), Gua- 
temala, Nov. 48 
Racial discrimination, elimination of, con- 
vention (1965), Congo, Sept. 84 
Soviet Union (Reagan), July 3, 4 
UN agenda (Williamson), Dec. 55 
Universal Declaration of Human Rights 
(1948): 
Chronology, Dec. 4 
40th anniversary, Dec. 1 
1966 covenants, Dec. 8 
Text, Dec. 10 
Vietnamese political prisoners, Funseth, 
May 58, 60 
Humanitarian aid: Shultz, May 16; Woods, 

Aug. 77 
Hungary: 
Trade issues (Reagan), Sept. 17 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 61, Feb. 
92, Mar. 84, May 81, 82, 84, July 76, 

77, Aug. 92, Sept. 84, Oct. 84, Dec. 58 
U.S. visit of Premier Grosz: Grosz, Rea- 
gan, Dec. 36 



I 



Iceland: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., May 81, July 

76 
U.S. visit of Prime Minister Palsson 

(Palsson, Reagan), Oct. 49 
India: 
Afghanistan, political solution (Karp), 

Mar. 22 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 

control efforts (Wrobleski), June 50 
Treaties, agreements, etc., May 82, Sept. 

84, Dec. 58, 59 
U.S. visit of Prime Minister Gandhi: Gan- 
dhi, Jan. 42; Reagan, Jan. 41 
Indonesia: 
Economic, social, political situation 

(Sigur), Mar. 58 
Foreign Relations of the U.S., 1952-1954, 

Vol XII . port 2, Burma, Indonesia, 

Philippines, Thailand, released, Jan. 

64 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 61, 62, 

May 81, July 76. Sept. 84, Oct. 83, 84, 

Nov. 49 
U.S. aid. FY 89, request (Sigur), July 35 
U.S. relations (Sigur), Mar. 60 
Visit of Secretary Shultz, Oct. 24 
Industrial property: 
Nice agreement re registration of marks 

(1957, as revised 1977), Soviet Union, 

Feb. 91 



Industrial property (Cont'd) 
Paris convention for protection of indus- 
trial property (1967), Malaysia, Trini- 
dad and Tobago, Oct. 84 
Protection of producers of phonograms 
against unauthorized duplication, con- 
vention (1971), Trinidad and Tobago, 
Oct. 83 
Insurance, access of U.S. firms to Korea's 
insurance market, bilateral agreement 
with Korea, Jan. 62 
Intellectual property: 
Intellectual property rights, record of un- 
derstanding with Korea, Jan. 62 
Thailand (Brown), May 41 
World Intellectual Property Organization 
(WIPO), convention (1967): Swaziland, 
Trinidad and Tobago, Oct. 84 
Interdependence of modern world: Shultz, 
Oct. 8, 25, Nov. 13, 16, Dec. 13; Wallis, 
July 43, Aug. 72; Whitehead, July 39 
Intermediate-range nuclear forces (INF) 
treaty. See Soviet Union: INF treaty, 
and Treaties, agreements, etc.: INF 
treaty 
International Atomic Energy Agency 

(IAEA) (Williamson), Apr. 8, July 72 
International Boundary and Water Commis- 
sion, minutes 273, 274, Feb. 92 
International Civil Aviation Organization 
(ICAO) (Williamson), Apr. 82, 83 
Investigation into U.S.S. Vincennes/ 
Iranian airbus tragedy, Sept. 39 
International Court of Justice, Oct. 83, Dec. 

58 
International Fund for Agricultural Devel- 
opment (IFAD) (Williamson), July 73 
International Hydrographic Organization 
(IHO), convention (1967), with annexes, 
Oman, Feb. 91 
International Labor Organization (ILO) 

(Williamson), April 81, 82 
International Maritime Organization (IMO) 

(Williamson), Apr. 82, 83, Sept. 83 
International narcotics control strategy re- 
port (INCSR), summary (Wrobleski), 
June 47 
International organizations, U.S. funding 

for (Williamson), Apr. 84 
International traffic in arms regulations 

(ITAR) (Department), June 46 
Investment guarantees, bilateral agreement 

with Micronesia, Aug. 93 
Investment of private capital abroad: 
Investment incentive, bilateral agreement 
with U.K. (on behalf of Anguilla), 
Feb. 93 
Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agen- 
cy (MIGA), convention (1985), U.S., 
June 68 
Iran: 
Afghanistan, position on (Karp), Mar. 21 
Arms sales and Operation Staunch (Mur- 
phy), Mar. 76 
International Atomic Energy Agency, 
amendment, ratification, Dec. 58 
International terrorism (Bremer), Jan. 46, 
50, June 52, Sept. 61 
Chronology, Jan. 53 
U.S. relations (Murphy), Mar. 76, Oct. 63 
Iran arms and contra aid controversy (Rea- 
gan), May 10 
Iran-Iraq war (see also Persian Gulf): Rea- 
gan, Jan. 2; Whitehead, Sept. 36 
Chemical weapons (UN, Walters), July 69 



Iran-Iraq war (Cont'd) 

UN actions and U.S. concerns: Murphy, 

Oct. 61; Walters, May 67; Williamson, 

Sept. 62 
Security Council Resolution 598: Mur- 
phy, Mar. 74; Shultz, Apr. 46 
U.S. policy (Murphy), Oct. 61, Dec. 41 
Iraq (see also Iran-Iraq war): 
Chemical weapons use (Department), Dec. 

44 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 62, Dec. 

58 
Ireland, treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 92, 

May 83, June 69 
Israel (see also Arab-Israeli conflict): 
Bilateral U.S. -Israeli consultative groups 

on military, security assistance and 

economic development (White House), 

June 39 
Deportation of Palestinians from occupied 

territories (U.N.), Mar. 82 
Political, security, and economic coopera- 
tion, memo of agreement, July 77 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 62, Mar. 

84, 85, May 81, 82, 84, July 76, 77, 

Aug. 92, Sept. 84, Dec. 59 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Murphy), June 

42 
U.S. visit of Defense Minister Rabin 

(White House), Sept. 49 
U.S. visit of Foreign Minister Peres: 

Shultz, July 60; White House, Aug. 83 
U.S. visit of President Herzog (Herzog, 

Reagan), Mar. 72 
U.S. visit of Prime Minister Shamir 

(Reagan, Shamir), June 39 
Visits of Secretary Shultz, May 56, June 1, 

9, Sept. 48 
Italy: 
Economic development (Group of 7 state- 
ment, annex), Mar. 67 
Profile, Sept. 30 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 62, Feb. 

78, 91, 92, Mar. 84, May 81, June 69, 

July 76, Aug. 92, Oct. 84, Nov. 48, 49, 

Dec. 59 
U.S. visit of Prime Minister De Mita (De 

Mita, Reagan), Sept. 29 
U.S. visit of Prime Minister Goria: Goria, 

Mar. 69; Reagan, Mar. 68 
Ivory Coast. See Cote d'lvoire 



Jamaica: 

Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 

control efforts (Wrobleski), June 50 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 92, Mar. 

85, May 81, 84, Aug. 93, Sept. 85, Oct. 

83, Dec. 59 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Abrams), Oct. 

80 
Japan (Reagan), Apr. 24 

Aegis weapons system sale, proposed 

(Sigur), May 31, Sept. 13 
Economic aid to developing countries: 

Clark, Apr. 60; GIST, Apr. 65 
Economic development (Group of 7 state- 
ment, annex), Mar. 67 
Economic relations with U.S.: Clark, Apr. 

58; Shultz, Oct. 33; Sigur, May 32; 

Wallis, Jan. 35, 43, June 24, July 43 



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Japan 
Economic relations with U.S. (Cont'd) 
Trade issues (Reagan), Jan. 29 
Beef and citrus quotas, Sept. 16 
EP-3 aircraft, acquisition and production, 

bilateral agreements, July 77 
Nonimmigrant visa waiver pilot program 

(Department), Dec. 23 
Oil supply and Persian Gulf initiatives 

(Wallis), Jan. 36 
Profile, Apr. 63 
Strategic technology export issues 

(Sigur), May 31 ' 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 62, Feb. 
92, Mar. 83, 85, Apr. 87, 88, June 68, 
Aug. 92, 93, Sept 85, Nov. 49, Dec. 58 
U.S. armed forces in Japan, treaty of 
mutual cooperation and support, 
May 84, Sept. 85 
U.S. -Japan agreement on cooperation in 
research and development in science 
and technology (White House), Aug. 
55 
U.S. -Japan energy cooperation (Wallis), 

Jan. 35, 36 
U.S. -Japan mutual security treaty 

(Sigur), May 31 
U.S. -Japan nuclear cooperation agree- 
ment (Reagan), Jan. 28 
U.S. -Japanese defense cooperation 

(Clark), Dec. 30 
U.S. relations: Clark, Dec. 27; GIST, Apr. 

64 
U.S. visit of Prime Minister Takeshita: 
joint statement, Apr. 63; Reagan, 
Apr. 61; Takeshita, Apr. 62 
Jordan: 

Arab-Israeli peace process (Shultz), June 

9 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Aug. 92, Dec. 

58 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Murphy), June 

42 
Visits of Secretary Shultz, June 7, 15, 
Sept. 48 
Judicial matters: 

Child abduction, international, civil as- 
pects, convention (1980): Austria, Oct. 
83; Canada (extension to Northwest 
Territories), May 82; U.S., July 76 
Criminal matters, mutual assistance, bi- 
lateral agreement with Switzerland, 
Jan. 63 
Digest Of United States Practice in Inter- 
national Law, 1980, released, July 80 
International Court of Justice (ICJ), com- 
pulsory jurisdiction, declaration: Cy- 
prus, Oct. 83; Nauru, Dec. 58 
International Court of Justice (ICJ), stat- 
ute, Nauru, Dec. 58 
Law applicable to trusts and on their rec- 
ognition, convention (1985): Canada, 
Dec. 58; Italy, Luxembourg, Nether- 
lands, U.K., U.S., Nov. 48 
Letters rogatory, inter- American conven- 
tion (1975), additional protocol (1979), 
Guatemala, May 82 
Mutual assistance in criminal matters, bi- 
lateral agreements: Bahamas, June 
68; Italy, Feb. 92; Thailand, July 77 
Mutual assistance on procedures in law 
enforcement matters, bilateral agree- 
ment with Nigeria, Jan. 62 



Judicial matters (Cont'd) 
Mutual legal assistance cooperation, bilat- 
eral agreement with Mexico, Feb. 92; 
U.S. Apr. 88 
Mutual legal assistance in criminal mat- 
ters, bilateral agreements: Belgium, 
Mar. 84, June 68; Canada, Apr. 88 
Transfer of sentenced prisoners, conven- 
tion (1983): Denmark (extension to 
Faroe Islands), Greece, Apr. 87; Hong 
Kong, Luxembourg, Jan. 61; Switzer- 
land, Apr. 87, U.K. (extension to Brit- 
ish Virgin Islands), Nov. 48 
Jute and jute products, international agree- 
ment (1982): European Economic Com- 
munity, Feb. 91; Portugal, July 76 



K 



Kampelman, Max M., Mar. 41, 50, Sept. 6, 

Dec. 38 
Karp, Craig, Mar. 1 
Kaunda, Kenneth D., Jan. 19, 20 
Kenya, treaties, agreements, etc., May 84, 

Oct. 84 
King, Dr. Martin Luther, Jr. (Shultz), Nov. 

17 
Kiribati, Pacific Islands regional fisheries 

treaty (1987), June 68 
Kohl, Helmut, May 45, 46, Aug. 47 
Koop, C. Everett, Jan. 56 
Korea, Democratic People's Republic of: 
Geneva conventions, protocol, relating to 
the protection of victims of interna- 
tional armed conflicts, Nov. 49 
Terrorism (Bremer), June 62, Sept. 61 
Korea, Republic of (Reagan), Apr. 24 
Democracy and democratic progress: 

Shultz, Oct. 30; Sigur, July 32 
Economic development (Wallis), June 24 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 62, Feb. 
92, Mar. 85, Apr. 87, May 81, 82, 84, 
Aug. 93, Sept. 85, Dec. 59 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Sigur), July 36 
U.S. trade relations (White House), Apr. 

65 
Visit of Secretary Shultz, Oct. 30 
Kuwait: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., May 81, 84, 

July 76, Sept. 85 
U.S. arms sales (Murphy), Oct. 62 
U.S. visit of Crown Prince and Prime 
Minister Saad (Reagan, Saad), Oct. 60 



Labor: 
International labor standards, convention 

(1976), U.S., Sept. 83 
Minimum standards in merchant ships, 
convention (1976), U.S., Sept. 83 
Lambertson, David F, Mar. 61, Sept. 15 
Laos: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 

control efforts (Wrobleski), June 48 
POW/MIAs (Lambertson), Sept. 16 
Refugees. See Refugees: Southeast Asian 
U.S. policy (Lambertson), Oct. 42 
Latin America (see also names of individual 
countries): 
Caribbean region (Shultz), Jan. 15 



Latin America (Cont'd) 

Caribbean Basin Initiative (Whitney), 

June 65 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Abrams), 
Oct. 80 
Central America: 
Arias peace plan (Shultz), Oct. 2d 
Economics and democratic reform 

(Shultz), Sept. 76, Oct. 3 
Guatemala City accords (Shultz), Jan. 16 
Regional issues (Joint Foreign Ministers 

news conference), Oct. 2 
Summit meeting, San Jose (White 

House), Apr. 86 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Department), 

Sept. 79 
U.S. policy: Powell, Oct. 53; Shultz, May 
13, July 10, Sept. 3, Oct. 3 
Debt management: Shultz, Oct. 11, Dec. 

15; Whitney, Feb. 89 
Democratic progress (Shultz), Jan. 18, 

Dec. 15 
Economic development: Shultz, Jan. 15, 
Oct. 10; Whitney, Feb. 87; Williamson, 
July 68 
Newly industrialized economies (Wal- 
lis), Aug. 73 
Refugees (Shultz), Nov. 14, 16 
U.S. economic assistance (Shultz), Jan. 15 
U.S. policy and relations (Schultz), Apr. 44 
Western Hemisphere and U.S. national 
security strategy (Reagan), Apr. 19 
Lebanon: Murphy, Oct. 64, Dec. 41 
American hostages in (Reagan), May 9, 12 
Background Notes, Dec. 48 
Democratic progress (Murphy), Dec. 46 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 

control efforts (Wrobleski), June 49 
Profile, Dec. 49 

Suppression of unlawful acts of violence at 
airports serving international civil 
aviation, convention, protocol (1988), 
May 81 
Terrorism and hostage-taking (Bremer), 

June 62 
UN Security Council Resolution (Walters), 

July 73 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Murphv), June 

42 
U.S. passport restrictions (Department), 

Apr. 79, Dec. 52 
U.S. policy (Murphy), Dec. 46 
U.S. visit of Patriarch Sfeir (White 
House), Sept. 46 
Lesotho, protocol of provisional application 
of the General Agreement on Tariffs 
and Trade, Apr. 87 
Liberia, treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 62, 

May 81, 84, Aug. 92, Nov. 49 
Libya, terrorism: Bremer, Jan. 45, June 62; 

Department, Jan. 48; Shultz, Apr. 37 
Liechtenstein, convention against torture 
and other cruel, inhuman or degrading 
treatment or punishment, July 76 
Lithuanian Independence Day, 1988, procla- 
mation (Reagan) May 46 
Lopez Contreras, Carlos, Oct. 4 
Luxembourg, treaties, agreements, etc., 
Jan. 61, Feb. 92, July 76, Oct. 85, Nov. 
48, Dec. 58 



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M 



Macao, trade in textiles and textile prod- 
ucts, bilateral agreement, Apr. 88 
Madagascar, treaties, agreements, etc., 

Apr. 88, Aug. 93 
Madrigal Nieto, Rodrigo, Oct. 4 
Malawi, treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 91, 

May SI. 82, Aug. 92, Sept. 85 
Malaysia: Lambertson, Nov. 23; Sigur, July 
36 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 

control efforts (Wrobleski), June 50 
Profile, Nov. 24 

Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 92, May 
81, July 77, Oct. 84, Dec. 58 
.Maldives, treaties, agreements, etc., Apr. 
87, Mav 81, 84, July 76, 77, Aug. 92, 
Sept. 83 
Manglapus, Raul, Dec. 26 
Marine pollution. See Environmental prob- 
lems and control and Oil pollution 
Maritime matters: 
Antiterrorism and maritime security (De- 
partment), May 62 
Facilitation of international maritime 
traffic, convention (1965), Ecuador, 
Sept. 83 
High seas, convention (1958), Cyprus, 

Sept. 83 
International Maritime Organization 
(IMO), convention (1948), Solomon Is- 
lands, Sept. 83 
Load lines, international convention 
(1966): Marshall Islands, Oct. 83; 
U.K. (extension to Cayman Islands), 
Oct. 83 
Amendments (1971), Burma, Apr. 87 
Amendments (1975), Switzerland, Apr. 

87 
Amendments (1979) (1983), Switzerland, 

May 82 
Amendments (1983): Peru, Syria, Oct. 
83 
Maritime boundary, bilateral agreement 

with Cuba, Mar. 85 
Maritime search and rescue: 
Bilateral agreements: Indonesia, Oct. 

84; Soviet Union, Aug. 42, 93 
International convention (1979): Ecu- 
ador, Sept. 83; Ivory Coast, Mar. 84; 
Jamaica, Peru, Oct. 83; Poland, So- 
viet Union, July 76; Uruguay, Apr. 
87 
Prevention of collisions at sea, interna- 
tional convention (1972): Antigua and 
Barbados, May 82; Burma, Apr. 87; 
Ivory Coast, Mar. 84: Marshall Is- 
lands, Oct. S3: Seychelles, Nov. 58 
Protection and development of the marine 
environment of the wider Caribbean 
region, convention (1983): Panama, 
U.S.. Feb. 91 
Safety of life at sea, international conven- 
tion (1974): Ivory Coast, Mar. 84; 
Mauritius, May 82 
Protocol (1978): Austria, Oct. 83; Bur- 
ma, Apr. 87; Ivory Coast, Mar. 84; 
Marshall Islands, Seychelles, U.K. 
(extension to Bermuda, Cayman Is- 
lands), Sept. 83 



Maritime matters (Cont'd) 
Standards of training, certification, and 
watchkeeping for seafarers (1978): Bo- 
livia, Burma, Sept. 83; Canada, Apr. 
87; Ecuador, Sept. 83; Italy, Ivory 
Coast, Mar. 84; Seychelles, Dec. 58; 
Singapore, Sept. 83; Switzerland, 
Apr. 87; Venezuela, Mar. 84 
Suppression of unlawful acts against the 
safety of maritime navigation, con- 
vention with protocol (1988): Argen- 
tina, Austria, Bahamas, Brazil, 
Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, 
Ecuador, France, Greece, Hungary, 
Israel, Italy, Jordan, Liberia, Moroc- 
co, Norway, Philippines, Aug. 92; 
Spain, Dec. 58; Sweden, Switzerland, 
Turkey, U.S., Aug. 92 
Tonnage measurement on ships, interna- 
tional convention (1969): Burma, Oct. 
83; Ivory Coast, Mar. 84; U.K. (exten- 
sion to Cayman Islands), Sept. 83 

Marshall Islands: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., June 69, Sept. 

83, Oct. 83 

Visit of Secretary Shultz, Oct. 34 
Mauritius, treaties, agreements, etc., May 

82, 84 
McCormack, Richard T, Sept. 69 
McManaway, Clayton C, May 64 
Mexico: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 

control efforts (Wrobleski), June 49 
Profile, May 7 

Rediversion of Rio Grande waters allo- 
cated to Mexico, bilateral agreement, 
Oct. 85 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 62, Feb. 
92, Mar. 84, 85, Apr. 88, May 81, 83, 

84, July 76, 77, Sept. 85, Oct. 83, 84, 
Nov. 49, Dec. 58 

U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Abrams), Oct. 

79 
Visit of President Reagan: De la Madrid, 
Reagan, May 6; White House, May 7 
Michaud, Michael A.G., Mar. 79 
Micronesia, Federated States of, treaties, 
agreements, etc., Jan. 61, Aug. 93, 
Dec. 58 
Middle East (see also Arab-Israeli conflict 
and names of individual countries): 
Powell, Oct. 53; Shultz, May 13, May 23; 
Toronto economic summit, Aug. 49 
Arms sales to Persian Gulf states (Mur- 
phy), Oct. 62, Dec. 43 
Ballistic missiles (Murphy), Dec. 43 
Chemical warfare (Murphy), Dec. 43 
Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) 

(Reagan), Mar. 70, May 10 
Peace process (Shultz), Nov. 10 
U.N. actions and U.S. concerns (Walters), 

May 67 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Murphy), June 

41 
U.S. national security strategy (Reagan), 
Apr. 22 
Migration, constitution of the inter- 
governmental committee for migration 
(1953), amendments (1987), U.S., Apr. 
87 
Milam, William B., Oct. 43 
Military personnel: 
Exchange of officers between the U.S. 
Marine Corps and Argentine Marine 



Military personnel (Cont'd) 

Corps, memo of understanding, Apr. 88 
Exchange of officers between the U.S. 
and Italian Air Forces, memo of un- 
derstanding, Oct. 84 
Personnel exchange program between the 
U.S. Navy and Canadian forces, bilat- 
eral agreement, Sept. 84 
Military power and diplomacy (Armacost), 

Nov. 40 
Mitterrand, Francois, Aug. 47 
Mongolia, treaties, agreements, etc., Sept. 

84, Dec. 58 
Moore, Jonathan, Mar. 77, Nov. 46 
Morocco: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., June 69, Aug. 

92, 93, Dec. 59 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Murphy), June 
43 
Mubarek, Hosni Mohammed, Apr. 72 
Mulroney, Brian, July 22, Aug. 47 
Murphy, Richard W., Mar. 71, 74, June 37, 
40, 43, Sept. 44, Oct. 61 



N 



Namibia (Department), Sept. 3 
Nauru, International Court of Justice, com- 
pulsory jurisdiction, statute, Dec. 58 
Nepal, international telecommunications 

convention, ratification, July 76 
Netherlands, treaties, agreements, etc., 
Jan. 61, 62, Feb. 78, 91, Mar. 85, Apr. 
88, May 82, July 76, Aug. 92, Sept. 83, 
Oct. 83, 85, Nov. 48, 49, Dec. 58, 59 
New Zealand, treaties, agreements, etc., 

May 92, Aug. 92, Oct. 83, Dec. 58 
Nicaragua: Reagan, Apr. 32; Shultz, May 22, 
Oct. 7 
Contra aid: Reagan, Apr. 33, May 9, 11, 
July 3, Aug. 78, Oct. 1, Nov. 4; Shultz, 
Apr. 48; White House, Apr. 85, 86 
Democratic progress (Shultz), Apr. 44, 

Oct. 3 
Expulsion of diplomats: Department, 

Sept. 69; McCormack, Sept. 69 
Guatemala City accords: Reagan, Jan. 1; 

Shultz, Jan. 16, 17, Apr. 48 
Humanitarian aid (Woods), Aug. 77 
Peace negotiations (White House), Sept. 

71 
Sandinista offensive and cease-fire talks: 
Department, Mav 73; Shultz, May 14, 
74; White House, May 74, Oct. 82 
Sandinista military buildup (Reagan), 

Apr. 33 
U.S. troops sent to Honduras (Shultz, 
White House), May 74 
Soviet-Cuban militarization (Reagan), 

Apr. 33 
Treaties, agreements, etc., July 76, Aug. 
92 
Niger, treaties, agreements, etc., May 81, 

84, Oct. 83 
Nigeria, treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 62, 

May 82, Oct. 84 
Nitze, PaulH., Feb. 81 

Niue, Pacific Islands regional fisheries trea- 
ty, June 68 
North Africa, U.S. aid, FY 89, request 
(Murphy), June 43 



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North Atlantic Council (NAC), heads of 
state meeting- 
Brussels (Mar. 2-3, 1988): declaration, 

May 4; Reagan, May 1, 4; statement on 
conventional arms control, May 2 
North Atlantic Council, ministerial 
meeting: 
Madrid (June 9-10, 1988), final communi- 
ques, Aug. 76 
Noi'th Atlantic Treaty Organization 

(NATO): Kohl, May 45; Reagan, May 44; 
Ridgway, July 50 
Conventional defense improvement initia- 
tive: NATO, Feb. 87; Rowny, Jan. 21 
Conventional stability talks, U.S. arms 

control initiatives, July 20 
Defense ministers meeting, Brussels 

(Dec. 1-2), final communique, Feb. 85 
Denmark nuclear-free zone policy (De- 
partment), June 31 
High-level task force on conventional arms 
control (U.S. arms control initiatives), 
Jan. 27 
Initial voice switched network (IVSN) and 
U.S. automatic voice network 
(AUTOVON), memo of understanding, 
Jan. 62 
Intermediate-range nuclear forces (INF) 
treaty: Glitman, Mar. 44; Kempelman, 
Mar. 42; Shultz, Jan. 14, Mar. 32, May 
18 
Dual track policy (Shultz), Mar. 33 
Nuclear planning group statement, Jan. 
38, July 53 
Regional security (Reagan), Apr. 21 
Summit meeting. See North Atlantic 

Council, heads of state meeting 
Warsaw Pact conventional stability talks, 
, U.S. arms control initiatives, May 30 
NATO Maintenance and Supply Agency, 

consolidated procurement of munitions, 
bilateral agreement, Sept. 85 
Norway, treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 84, 
May 81, 84, June 68, July 76, Aug. 92, 
Sept. 83, Oct. 84, Nov. 49 
Nuclear accidents: 
Assistance, convention (1986): Australia, 
Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Byelorussian 
S.S.R., China, Czechoslovakia, Ger- 
man Democratic Republic, Gua- 
temala, Hungary, India, Iraq, Japan, 
Jordan, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, 
New Zealand, Poland, South Africa, 
Switzerland, Ukrainian S.S.R., Unit- 
ed Arab Emirates, U.S., Vietnam, 
World Health Organization, Dec. 58 
Early notification, convention (1986): Aus- 
tralia, Austria, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, 
Byelorussian S.S.R., China, Egypt, 
Finland, German Democratic Repub- 
lic, Guatemala, Hungary, India, Iraq, 
Japan, Jordan, Malaysia, Mongolia, 
New Zealand, Poland, South Africa, 
Sweden, Switzerland, Ukrainian 
S.S.R., United Arab Emirates, U.S., 
Vietnam, World Health Organization, 
Dec. 58 
Nuclear energy: 
Civilian nuclear reactor safety, bilateral 
agreement with Soviet Union, June 
69 
EURATOM, cooperation with: Reagan, 
June 51; U.S. -Soviet joint statement, 
Feb. 16 



Nuclear energy (Cont'd) 

International Atomic Energy Agency 
(IAEA), statute (1956), amended 
(1984): Iran, U.S., Dec. 58 

Liquid metal-cooled fast breeder reactors, 
bilateral agreements: Federal Repub- 
lic of Germany, Apr. 88; U.K., Apr. 89 

Management of radioactive wastes, bilat- 
eral agreement with EURATOM, 
May 83 

Nuclear reactor safety research, bilateral 
agreement with Mexico, Jan. 62 

Nuclear safety matters, exchange of tech- 
nical information, bilateral agreement 
with Israel, Dec. 58 

Peaceful uses of nuclear energy, coopera- 
tion, bilateral agreements: Japan, 
Jan. 62, Aug. 93; Soviet Union, Aug. 
42, 93 

Physical protection of nuclear material, 
convention (1979), Mexico, Oct. 83 

Radioactive waste management, bilateral 
agreements: Canada, Apr. 88; France, 
Aug. 92 

Reprocessing of special nuclear material 
of U.S. origin, bilateral agreement 
with Japan, Mar. 85 

Safety matters, exchange of technical in- 
formation and cooperation, bilateral 
agreement with Belgium, Dec. 59 

U.S. -Japan nuclear cooperation agree- 
ment (Reagan), Jan. 27 

USNRC severe accident, source term, and 
containment research program, bilat- 
eral agreement with Italy, Jan. 62 
Nuclear nonproliferation (Shultz), Dec. 20 

Treaty (1968): Saudi Arabia, Dec. 58; 
Spain, Jan. 61 
20th anniversary (White House), Sept. 8 

U.S. arms control initiatives, May 28, 
July 18 

U.S. -Soviet joint statement, Feb. 14, Aug. 
28 
Nuclear testing: 

Joint verification experiment (JVE), Aug. 
93: 
Agreement (U.S. -Soviet Union joint 
statement) Feb. 11, Aug. 27 
Text, Aug. 67 
Testing, 1st and 2nd phases (White 
House), Oct. 39, Nov. 2 

Limited test ban treaty (1963), Pakistan, 
June 68 

Nuclear testing talks: Reagan, U.S., Jan. 
23; White House, Apr. 50, Sept. 7, 
Oct. 39 
U.S. arms control initiatives, Jan. 26 

Test site inspections, U.S. and Soviet: De- 
partment, Mar. 40; joint statement, 
Apr. 57 

Threshold test ban treaty and peaceful 
nuclear explosions treaty: Depart- 
ment, Jan. 26; Reagan, U.S., Jan. 23; 
U.S. arms control initiatives, May 28; 
U.S. -Soviet joint statement, Feb. 14, 
Aug. 27; White House, Apr. 50 

U.S. arms control initiatives, July 18 
Nuclear weapons: 

Multiple launch rocket system, memo of 
understanding with Turkey, Jan. 63 



Nuclear weapons (Cont'd) 

Nuclear-free zones (Shultz), Oct. 36 
Proliferation, threat of (Shultz), Aug. 87 



o 



Oceans (see also Maritime matters and Sci- 
ence and technology): World ocean stud- 
ies cooperation, bilateral agreement 
with Soviet Union, Mar. 85; Shultz, 
Feb. 10 
Oil pollution: 
Civil liability for oil pollution damage, in- 
ternational convention (1969): Austra- 
lia, Nov. 48; Qatar, Oct. 83; 
Seychelles, Sept. 83; Switzerland, 
Apr. 87 
International fund for compensation for 
damage, convention (1971): Ivory 
Coast, Mar. 83; Seychelles, Sept. 83; 
Qatar, Oct. 83 
Intervention on the high seas in cases of, 
international convention (1969): Ivory 
Coast, May 82; Qatar, Oct. 83; 
Switzerland, Apr. 87 
Oil spills in the wider Caribbean region, 
protocol (1983): Colombia, July 76; 
Grenada, Panama, Feb. 91 
Prevention of pollution of the sea by oil, 
international convention (1954): Aus- 
tralia (denunciation), Mar. 83; Federal 
Republic of Germany (denunciation), 
Sept. 83 
Okun, Herbert S., Jan. 54, Mar. 81, 82, Sept. 

42 
Oman: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 91, May 

83, 84, Oct. 84 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Murphy), June 
42 
Organization of American States (OAS): 
Shultz, Jan. 15; Williamson, July 73 
Organization of the Islamic Conference 
(Karp), Mar. 22 



Pacific Ocean region: Armacost, Sept. 9; 
Shultz, Oct. 34 

Economic development: Sigur, Mar. 58; 
Wallis, June 23 

Economic, social, political situation (Sol- 
omon), May 33 

Pacific Basin and U.S. trade issues (Wal- 
lis), June 23 

Pacific Community Forum (Shultz), Oct. 
25 

Pacific Islands regional fisheries treaty: 
Reagan, Apr. 25; Sigur, July 38 

Peace and prosperity in South Asia 
(Shultz), Dec. 19 

South Pacific oceanographic research, FY 
89, budget request, July 38 

South Pacific regional development pro- 
gram (Sigur), July 38 

U.S. national security strategy (Reagan), 
Apr. 24 
Pakistan: 

Afghanistan, involvement in (Karp), Mar. 
21 

Afghanistan settlement agreement, signa- 
ture, June 59 



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Pakistan (Cont'd) 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 

control efforts (Wrobleski), June 50 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 62, May 
81. 82, June 68, Sept. 84, Nov. 49, 
Dec. 59 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Murphy), June 

41 
U.S. aid cutoff waived (White House), 

Apr. 80 
Zia ul-Haq, death: Shultz, Oct. 69; White- 
head, Oct. 7 
Palau (Department), Nov. 46 
Pacific Islands regional fisheries treaty, 
June 68 
Palsson, Thorsteinn, Oct. 49 
Pan American Day and Week, 1988, procla- 
mation (Reagan), July 75 
Panama: Shultz, May 13; Whitehead, June 33 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 
control efforts: Reagan, May 11; 
Wrobleski, June 50 
Noriega political crisis: Abrams, May 70; 
Reagan, May 71; Shultz, May 21, 71, 
July 15, Aug. 57, 88; White House, 
May 69 
Panama Canal commission, alimony and 
child support obligations of employ- 
ees, bilateral agreement, May 84 
Transfer of U.S. funds: Reagan, Dec. 57; 

White House, July 75 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 91, Mar. 

84, May 82, July 76, Aug. 93 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Abrams), Oct. 

77 
U.S. relations (Department), Apr. 85; 
White House, July 75 
Panama Canal neutrality treaty (1977): Bar- 
bados, Federal Republic of Germany, 
Apr. 87 
Papua New Guinea: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 92, May 

82, Nov. 50 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Sigur), July 38 
Paraguay: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 

control efforts (Wrobleski), June 49 
International express mail, bilateral 

agreement, Nov. 50 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Abrams), Oct. 
79 
Patents, international recognition of deposit 
of micro-organisms for patent pro- 
cedure, Budapest treaty, Republic of 
Korea, Apr. 87 
Peace Corps, program establishment, bilat- 
eral agreements: Comoros, Mar. 85; 
Equatorial Guinea, Jan. 62; Guinea- 
Bissau, Apr. 88 
Persian Gulf (see also Iran-Iraq war): Rea- 
gan, Jan. 1, 2; Shultz, July 10 
Freedom of navigation: Carlucci, July 61; 

Murphy, Oct. 62 
Iranian mining of international waters: 
Reagan, June 36; Walters, June 35; 
White House, June 35 
Soviet position (Murphy), Mar. 75 
UN role (Murphy), Mar. 74 
U.S. attack on Iranian military platforms: 
Reagan, June •'!(>; White House, June 

:;:, 
U.S. policy: Murphy, Mar. 74, June 43; 
Shultz, May 14 



Persian Gulf (Cont'd) 

U.S.S. Samuel B. Roberts, mine attack 

on: Reagan, June 36; Walters, June 35 
U.S.S. Vincennes and Iranian airbus trag- 
edy: Bush, Sept. 42; Okun, Sept. 38; 
Reagan, Sept. 38; Sofaer, Oct. 58; 
Williamson, Sept. 39 
Peru: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 
control efforts: Shultz, Oct. 18; 
Wrobleski, June 50 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 84, Apr. 
88, May 81, 82, June 69, July 76, Sept. 
83, Oct. 83, 85, Nov. 50 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Abrams), Oct. 
79 
Philippines: Reagan, Apr. 25; Shultz, Aug. 
58, Oct. 28 
Democratic institutions (Lambertson), 

Mar. 61 
Foreign Relations of the U.S., 1952-1954, 
Vol. XII, part 2, Burma, Indonesia, 
Philippines, Thailand, released, Jan. 
64 
Insurgency problems: Lambertson, Mar. 

62; Shultz, Oct. 28 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 92, May 
82, 84, June 69, July 76, 77, Aug. 92, 
93, Dec. 59 
U.S. aid: Lambertson, Mar. 62; Reagan, 

Jan. 1; Sigur, July 34 
U.S. -Philippines military bases agree- 
ment review (1988): signature (Man- 
glapus, Shultz), Dec. 26; text, Dec. 24 
Visit of Secretary Shultz, Oct. 28 
Poland: 
Human rights (Whitehead), May 54 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 63, Mar. 
85, May 81, 84, July 76, Sept. 83, 84, 
85, Dec. 58, 59 
Pollution. See Environmental problems and 
control; Maritime matters; and Oil 
pollution 
Portugal: 
Background Notes, May 48 
Profile, May 51 

Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 92, Mar. 
84, May 81, June 69, July 76, Oct. 84, 
Dec. 58 
U.S. visit of Prime Minister Cavaco Silva 
(Reagan, Cavaco Silva), May 47 
Postal matters: 
INTELPOST field trial, bilateral agree- 
ment with Papua New Guinea, 92 
INTELPOST service, memo of under- 
standing, Israel, Jan. 62 
International express mail agreement: 
Benin, Oct. 84; Brazil, Aug. 92; 
Burkina Faso, Feb. 92; Central Afri- 
can Republic, Dec. 59; Congo, 
Czechoslovakia, Nov. 49; Guinea, May 
83; Madagascar, Aug. 93; Malawi, 
Sept. 85; Morocco, Aug. 93; Papua 
New Guinea, Paraguay, Nov. 49; 
Rwanda, Apr. 88; Sierra Leone, 
Somalia, Oct. 85; Soviet Union, 
Swaziland, June 69; Tanzania, Apr. 88; 
Trinidad and Tobago, Aug. 93; Zam- 
bia, Aug. 84; Zimbabwe, May 85 
Money orders and postal travelers' checks, 
agreement with final protocol (1984): 
Chile, Mar. 84; Cyprus, Sept. 84; 
France, July 76; Hungary, Nor- 
way, Mar. 84; Poland, Rwanda, Sept. 
84; St. Christopher-Nevis, Mar. 84; 



Postal matters (Cont'd) 

San Marino, July 76; Sri Lanka, Mar. 84 
Parcel post bilateral agreement (1958) 
with Japan, U.S. (terminated), Apr. 
88 
Postal parcel agreement with final proto- 
col and detailed regulations (1984): 
Albania, Australia, July 76; Bahamas, 
Sept. 83; Chile, Mar. 84; Cyprus, Do- 
minica, Sept. 83; France, July 76; 
Hungary, Mar. 84; Israel, Nicaragua, 
July 76; Norway, Mar. 84; Poland, 
Rwanda, Sept. 83; St. Christopher- 
Nevis, Mar. 84; San Marino, July 76; 
Saudi Arabia, Sept. 83; Sri Lanka, 
Mar. 84 
Postal money order agreement, bilateral 

agreement with Mexico, Sept. 85 
Universal Postal Union (UPU) constitu- 
tion (1964), Rwanda, Sept. 83 
Second additional protocol (1974): 
Nicaragua, July 76; St. 
Christopher-Nevis, Mar. 84 
Third additional protocol (1984): Alba- 
nia, Australia, July 76; Bahamas, 
Sept. 83; Chile, Cyprus, Dominica, 
Sept. 83; Mar. 84; France, July 76; 
Hungary, Mar. 84; Israel, 
Nicaragua, July 76; Norway, Mar. 
84; Poland, Rwanda, Sept. 83; St. 
Christopher-Nevis, Mar. 84; San 
Marino, July 76; Saudi Arabia, 
Sept. 83; Sri Lanka, Mar. 84 
Powell, Colin L., Oct. 51 
Preinspection, bilateral agreement with 

Ireland, June 69 
Presidential authority (Reagan), Jan. 2 

war powers resolution (Sofaer), Nov. 36 
Press Releases: 
State Department: Jan. 63, Feb. 93, Mar. 
86, Apr. 89, May 85, June 69, July 78, 
Aug. 94, Sept. 85, Oct. 86, Nov. 50, 
Dec. 60 
USUN: July 78, Dec. 60 
Principal Officers of the Department of 
State and United States Chiefs of Mis- 
sion, 1778-1988, released, Dec. 62 
Proclamations by the President: 
Afghanistan Day, 1988 (5778), June 60 
Baltic Freedom Day, 1988 {5831), Sept. 24 
Captive Nations Week, 1988 (5840), Oct. 57 
Greek Independence Day, 1988 (5780), June 

31 
Helsinki Human Rights Day, 1988 (5843), 

Oct. 57 
Lithuanian Independence Day, 1988 (5772), 

May 46 
Pan American Day and Week, 1988 (5793), 

July 75 
World Food Day, 1988 (5873), Dec. 37 
World Trade Week, 1988 (5814), July 41 
Publications: 
CSCE, 23rd semiannual report, released, 

Apr. 90 
CSCE, 24th semiannual report, released, 

Oct. 86 
State Department: Jan. 64, Feb. 93, Mar. 
86, Apr. 89, May 85, June 70, July 79, 
Aug. 94, Sept. 86, Oct. 86, Nov. 50, 
Dec. 61 
American Foreign Policy: Current Doc- 
uments, 1982, Supplement, micro- 
fiche publication, released, Feb. 94 



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Publications 
State Department (Cont'd) 

American Foreign Policy: Current Doc- 
uments, 198.1 Supplement, micro- 
fiche publication, released, July 81 

American Foreign Policy: Current Doc- 
uments, 1986 Supplement, re- 
leased, Feb. 94 

Background Notes: Jan. 65, Mar. 86, 
June 70, Sept. 86, Dec. 62 

Digest of United States Practice in In- 
ternational Law, released, July 80 

Foreign Relations of the United States, 
Supplement, Memoranda ofCon- 
versation of the Secretary of State 
1947-1952, microfiche publication, 
released, July 79 

Foreign Relations of the United States, 
1955-1957, Volume XI, United Na- 
tions and General International 
Matters, released, Dec. 61 

Foreign Relations of the United States, 
1952-1954, Volume XII, Part 2, Bur- 
ma, Indonesia, Philippines, Thai- 
land, released, Jan. 64 

Foreign Relations of the United States, 
1961-1963, Volume I, Vietnam, 1961, 
released, Apr. 90 

Principal Officers of the Department of 
State and United States Chiefs of 
Mission, 1778-1988, released, Dec. 
62 
USUN: Jan. 63, Mar. 86 



Q 

Qatar, treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 
Oct. 83, Nov. 49 



R 



Radar, Italian MRCS-403 radar, U.S. inter- 
face, installation and maintenance, bi- 
lateral agreement with Italy, Dec. 59 
Reagan, Ronald (see also Proclamations by 
the President): 
Addresses, remarks, and statements: 
Afghanistan: 
Geneva agreements on Soviet with- 
drawal, June 54, 55 
Meeting with resistance leaders, Jan. 

43 
Soviet occupation, Jan. 43, Mar. 25, 
80, July 2, Nov. 4 
American ideals, Aug. 15, Nov. 8 
Arab-Israeli conflict, peace process, 

May 9, 10 
Arms control and disarmament, Feb. 

19, Apr. 12, 57, Nov. 4 
Association of South East Asian Nations 

(ASEAN), Apr. 24 
Berlin Wall, 27th anniversary, Oct. 50 
Brazil, trade sanctions, Jan. 60 
Canada, free trade negotiations, Jan. 2, 

Mar. 57, Dec. 22 
China, trade, Sept. 17 
Cuban independence day, Aug. 91 
Czechoslovakia, 20th anniversary of 

Warsaw Pact invasion, Nov. 31 
Defense and national security, Feb. 19, 

20, May 11 

Strategic Defense Initiative, Mar. 26, 
June 22, Aug. 33 



Reagan, Ronald 
Addresses, remarks and statements 
(Cont'd) 
Democracy and democratic principles, 

Feb. 19, Apr. 32, Aug. 17 
Disarmament conference, Vienna, re- 
convenes, Apr. 51 
Economic summits, Aug. 53 
Economy, world, Apr. 9 
El Salvador, democratic progress, Apr. 

32 
Environmental problems, Montreal pro- 
tocol on ozone layer, June 30 
Ethiopia, famine, July 2 
EURATOM, cooperation, June 51 
Fiji, political problems, Apr. 25 
Finland, year of friendship with U.S., 

Aug. 2 
Foreign policy, Feb. 20, Nov. 9 
Foreign relations authorization act sign- 
ing, Mar. 70 
Freedom, Feb. 20, Mar. 25, Apr. 35, 

Aug. 4, 17, 39, Nov. 7 
Germany, cultural relations, May 46 
Helsinki Final Act, Mar. 54, Aug. 2, 5, 

7, Oct. 57 
Human rights, July 3, 4, Aug. 10, 11, 35, 

Nov. 3 
Hungary, trade issues, Sept. 17 
Iran arms and contra aid controversy, 

May 10 
Iraqi pipeline, Jan. 10 
Japan, trade issues, Jan. 29, Apr. 24 
Korea, regional stability, Apr. 24 
Latin America, Apr. 19, May 9 
Lebanon, American hostages in, May 9, 

12 
Mexico, U.S. relations, May 8 
Nicaragua, Jan. 1, Mar. 25, Apr. 32, Mav 
8 
Contra aid, Apr. 33, May 9, 11, July 3, 
Aug. 78, Oct. 1, Nov. 4 
North Atlantic Council, May 1, 4 
North Atlantic Treaty Organization 

(NATO), May 44 
Northern Ireland, reconciliation, June 

32 
Palestine Liberation Organization 

(PLO), Mar. 70, May 10 
Panama, May 11, 71 
Persian Gulf, Jan. 1, 2, June 36 
Philippines, Jan. 1, July 34 (quoted) 
Presidency, view of, Jan. 2, Feb. 19, 

Mar. 70, Aug. 33 
South Africa, oppression, May 10 
Soviet Union: 
Dissidents, Aug. 11, 33 
Human rights, July 3, 4, Aug. 10, 11, 

35 
Intermediate-range nuclear forces 

(INF) negotiations, Jan. 2, Feb. 3 
Intermediate-range nuclear forces 
(INF) treaty, Feb. 4, 18, 19, Mar. 
25, Aug. 6, 25, 68 
Nuclear and space arms talks (NST), 

Mar. 50, Sept. 7 
Nuclear testing negotiations, Jan. 23 
Strategic arms reduction talks 

(START), Feb. 20, Mar. 25, Aug. 
32, 35, Sept. 7 
Summit, Moscow, Julv 5, Aug. 1, 9, 

13, 21, 36, 38, 40 
Summit, Washington, D.C., Feb. 1, 4, 
6, 16, 18 



Reagan, Ronald 
Addresses, remarks, and statements 
(Cont'd) 

Trade relations, May 10 
U.S. arms control negotiations, Nov. 4 
U.S. relations, Jan. 2, Feb. 7, July 1, 
Aug. 32, Nov. 2 
State of the Union, Mar. 25 
Thailand, U.S. support, Apr. 25 
Trade, free, Jan. 2, 60, Mar. 25, Dec. 20 
United Kingdom, U.S. relations, Aug. 

37 
United Nations, Nov. 1, 6 
Vietnam, U.S. relations, Apr. 25 
War Powers Act, Jan. 2 
World Affairs Council, July 1 
World peace, Feb. 2, 5, Apr. 35, Nov. 1 
Addresses to the nation, Feb. 18, Apr. 32, 

Oct. 1 
Correspondence and messages, U.S.- 
Philippines military bases agree- 
ment, Dec. 27 
Meetings with heads of state and officials 
of, remarks and joint communiques: 
Canada, Julv 21; Dominican Republic, 
June 64; Egypt, Apr. 72; El Sal- 
vador, Jan. 58; Federal Republic of 
Germany, May 44, 46; Hungary, 
Dec. 36; Iceland, Oct. 49; India, 
Jan. 41; Israel, Mar. 72, June 39, 
Aug. 83; Italy, Mar. 69, Sept. 29; Ja- 
pan, Apr. 61; Kuwait, Oct. 60; Por- 
tugal, May 47; Soviet Union, Feb. 1; 
Turkey, Sept. 31; Zambia, Jan. 19 
Messages and reports to Congress: 
Convention against torture and other 
cruel, inhuman or degrading treat- 
ment or punishment, Aug. 79 
Cyprus, reports on, Feb. 86, Apr. 69, 
June 32, Aug. 76, Oct. 50, Dec. 37 
International economic policy, Apr. 9 
National power, Apr. 6 
National security strategy, Apr. 1 
Africa, Apr. 25 

Congressional role and bipartisan co- 
operation, Apr. 30 
East Asia and the Pacific, Apr. 24 
Foreign assistance programs, Apr. 28 
Low intensity conflict, Apr. 27 
Middle East and South Asia, Apr. 22 
Objectives, Apr. 4 
Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, 

Apr. 20 
U.S. defense policy, Apr. 11 
U.S. diplomatic policy, Apr. 8 
U.S. intelligence policy, Apr. 18 
U.S. space policy, Apr. 18 
Western Europe and NATO, Apr. 21 
Western Hemisphere, Apr. 19 
Nuclear cooperation with EURATOM, 

June 51 
Panama, national emergency, Dec. 57 
Persian Gulf, U.S. attack on Iranian 

military platforms, June 36 
Science and technology, international 

activities, June 53 
Soviet noncompliance with arms control 

agreements, Mar. 51, 55 
Trade with Hungary and China, Sept. 

17 
U.S. -Japan nuclear cooperation agree- 
ment, Jan. 2(S 
U.S.S. Vincennes and Iranian airbus 
tragedy, Sept. 38 
News conferences, Jan. 1, May 9, Aug. 31 



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Reagan, Ronald (Cont'd) 
Toronto economic summit, participation, 

Aug. 47 
Visits to: 
Finland, Aug. 2 
Mexico, May 6 
Soviet Union, Aug. 1, 9, 21 
United Kingdom, Aug. 36 
Refugees: 
Afghan: Moore, Mar. 78; Shultz, Nov. 14; 

Williamson, Sept. 58 
African: Moore, Mar. 78, Nov. 46; Shultz, 

Nov. 14, 16 
Latin American and Caribbean (Shultz), 

Nov. 14, 16 
Palestinian (Shultz), Nov. 15 
Southeast Asian: Brown, May 37; Funseth, 
May 58; Lambertson, Oct. 43; Moore, 
Mar. 78; Shultz, Oct. 21, Nov. 13, 16 
UN assistance (Williamson), Dec. 54 
U.S. admissions, FY 89, proposed 

(Shultz), Nov. 12, 15 
Vietnamese political prisoners (Funseth), 

May 58, 60 
Worldwide, and U.S. foreign policy 
(Moore), Mar. 77, 79 
Refugees, status of, protocol (1967), Malawi, 

Feb. 91 
Rehabilitation assistance, grant agreement 

with Sri Lanka, Oct. 85 
Renunciation of war as an instrument of na- 
tional policy, treaty (1928), Dominica, 
Sept. 84 
Ridgway, Rozanne L., July 50, Sept. 23 
Romania: 
Human rights (Whitehead), May 55 
Most-favored-nation status (Department), 

May 43 
Treaties, agreements, etc., May 81, June 
69, Sept. 85 
Rowny, Edward L., Jan. 20, May 24, Sept. 

26 
Rubber, international natural rubber agree- 
ment (1987): Belgium, Feb. 91; China, 
Mar. 84; Denmark, European Economic 
Community (EEC), Feb. 91; Finland, 
June 68; France, Federal Republic of 
Germany, Greece, Feb. 91; Indonesia, 
Jan. 61; Ireland, Italy, Feb. 91; Japan, 
Feb. 91, Aug. 92; Luxembourg, Feb. 91; 
Netherlands, Jan. 61; Norway, June 68; 
Portugal, Spain, Feb. 91; Sweden, June 
6S; Thailand, Mar. 84; U.K., Feb. 91 
Rwanda, treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 61, 
Apr. 88, Sept. S3, 84 



Saad al-Abdallah al-Salim Al Sabah, Oct. 60 
St. Christopher and Nevis, treaties, agree- 
ments, etc., Mar. 84, June 69 
St. Lawrence Seaway, tolls, bilateral agree- 
ment with Canada, May 83, Nov. 49 
San Marino, treaties, agreements, etc., 

July 76, Aug. 92 
Satellites: 

China, space launch services (Depart- 
ment), Nov. 27 
INMARSAT, convention and operating 
agreement (1976): Colombia, Israel, 



Satellites (Cont'd) 

Mar. 84; Nigeria, May 82; Panama, 
Peru, Qatar, Mar. 84 
Amendments (1985): Australia, Bulgar- 
ia, Byelorussian S.S.R., Canada, 
China, Denmark, Finland, July 76; 
Greece, Nov. 49; Kuwait, Nether- 
lands, Norway, Philippines, Poland, 
Portugal, Saudi Arabia, July 76; 
Spain, Nov. 49; Soviet Union, Sri 
Lanka, Sweden, Ukrainian S.S.R., 
U.K., U.S., July 76 

INTELSTAT, agreement and operating 
agreement, Swaziland, July 76 

International COSPAS-SARSAT pro- 
gram: Canada, France, Soviet Union, 
U.S., Oct. 84 
Saudi Arabia: 

Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 91, 92, 
May 81, July 76, Sept. 76, 83, Dec. 58 

U.S. arms sales proposed (White House), 
Jan. 41 

Visit of Secretary Shultz, June 13 
Schifter, Richard, Jan. 39, Apr. 70, Nov. 33 
Science and technology: 

Advanced materials and standards, collab- 
oration on, memo of understanding- 
Canada, European Communities, 
France, Federal Republic of Germany, 
Italy, Japan, U.K., U.S., Feb. 92 

Agricultural science and technology, bilat- 
eral agreements: France, May 83; 
Philippines, May 84 

Agriculture, health, earth resources, and 
geologic phenomena, cooperation, bi- 
lateral agreement with Venezuela, 
Nov. 50 

Basic sciences, cooperation, bilateral 

agreements: Czechoslovakia, Sept. 84, 
Poland, Sept. 85 

Commercial, economic, and technical co- 
operation, bilateral agreement with 
Iraq, Jan. 62 

Continental crust, scientific drilling, bi- 
lateral agreement with Federal Re- 
public of Germany, Sept. 84 

Cooperation and development, bilateral 
agreements: Egypt, June 68; Italy, 
June 69; Japan, Apr. 88, Aug. 55; Ko- 
rea, Feb. 92, Mar. 84, Aug. 93 

Cooperative research activities (U.S.- 
Soviet joint statement), Aug. 30 

Coordinating Committee on Multilateral 
Export Controls (COCOM): Shultz, 
Apr. 46; Wendt, Mar. 63, 64, Oct. 46 

Danish-American fund for exchange of 
technology, bilateral agreements, Jan. 
62, Mar. 85, Aug. 92 

Deep seabed mining areas, bilateral 

agreement with Netherlands, Dec. 59 

Defense-related technologies, transfer of, 
bilateral agreement with Japan, Mar. 
85 

Earth sciences, cooperation, bilateral 
agreements: Hungary, United Arab 
Emirates, May 84 

Geologic sciences, cooperation, bilateral 
agreement with Norway, May 84 

Global telemetered seismograph network, 
scientific and technical cooperation, 
bilateral agreement with Argentina, 
May 83 

Information technology (Shultz), Dec. 13 

International activities (Reagan), June 53 



Joint Loran-C and Chayka radio naviga- 
tion systems, bilateral agreement 
with Soviet Union, Aug. 44, 93 
Mapping, charting, and geodesy, bilateral 

agreement with Honduras, Jan. 62 
Meteorological observation program, bi- 
lateral agreement with Mexico, July 
77 
Natural gas hydrates research and devel- 
opment, bilateral agreement with 
Canada, Apr. 85 
Rural electrification project, bilateral 

agreement with Philippines, Dec. 59 
Seismic data acquisition system, bilateral 
agreement with South Africa, Apr. 88 
Strategic technology export controls 

(Wendt), Mar. 63, 64 
Technology transfer issues (Wendt), Oct. 

46 
World climate program (Smith), June 52 
World oceans agreement between U.S. 
and U.S.S.R. (Shultz), Feb. 10 
Seabeds: 
Deep seabed matters, provisional under- 
standing with Netherlands, Aug. 92 
Deep seabed mining areas, bilateral 

agreement with Netherlands, Dec. 59 
Seabed disarmament treaty (1971), Brazil, 
July 76 
Security assistance, U.S. (see also Defense 
and national security): 
Appropriations request, FY 89: Shultz, 
May 15; Whitehead, Sept. 53 
East Asia and the Pacific (Sigur), July 

33 
Latin America and the Caribbean 

(Abrams), Oct. 72 
Middle East and North Africa (Mur- 
phy), June 40 
Bilateral U.S. -Israeli consultative groups, 

White House, June 39 
Defense technological and industrial coop- 
eration, bilateral agreement with Ko- 
rea, Sept. 85 
International military education and 
training program (IMET), bilateral 
agreements: Cape Verde, Mar. 84; 
Mexico, Feb. 92, Mar. 85 
Patent rights and technical information 
for purposes of defense, bilateral 
agreement with Japan, Sept. 85 
Senegal, treaties, agreements, etc., May 81, 

June 69, July 76, Oct. 85, Dec. 59 
Seychelles, treaties, agreements, etc., Sept. 

83, Dec. 58 
Shamir, Yitzhak, June 39 
Shane, Jeffrey N., June 2? 
Shevardnadze, Eduard A., Feb. 10, 11 

Visit to U.S. (joint statement), May 42 
Shultz, George P.: 
Addresses, remarks, and statements: 
Afghanistan, May 13, Dec. 20 
Geneva agreements on Soviet with- 
drawal, June 54, 55 
Africa, July 10, Dec. 20 
Anti-Americanism, Oct. 33 
Arab-Israeli conflict (for details see 
Arab-Israeli conflict): 
Palestinian issues, May 56, 57, June 

11, Sept. 1, Nov. 15 
Peace process, June 2, 4, 7, 9, 15, July 
9, Sept. 47, 48, 49 
Argentina, Oct. 5 



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Shultz, George P. (Cont'd) 
Addresses, remarks, and statements 
(Cont'd) 

Arms control and disarmament, Aug. 

84 
Arms proliferation, Sept. 3 
Asia, East, May 14, July 10 
Asia, South, peace and prosperity, Dec. 

19 
Asia, Southeast, Oct. 21, Oct. 26 
Asia-Pacific region, U.S. policy, Oct. 34 
Association of South East Asian Nations 
(ASEAN), Apr. 52, 54, Oct. 21, 25, 
27 
Bolivia, drug trafficking, Oct. 19 
Brazil, Oct. 13 
Cambodia, political settlement, Apr. 46, 

Oct. 21 
Caribbean Basin, economic assistance, 

Jan. 15 
Central America, May 13, July 10, Aug. 
56, Sept. 3 
Arias peace plan, Oct. 20 
Economics and democratic reforms, 

Sept. 76, Oct. 3 
Guatemala City accords, Jan. 16 
U.S. aid, Oct. 3 
Change and international stability, Jan. 

3, Apr. 38 
Chemical weapons, Aug. 86 
China, world trade, Oct. 30 
Colombia, narcotic drugs, Oct. 17 
Costa Rica, Sept. 80, 81 
Defense and national security, Strategic 

Defense Initiative, Aug. 57 
Democracy, Jan. 5 
Developing nations, debt problems, Dec. 

18 
Diplomatic security, July 12 
Drugs, narcotic, problems and control 

efforts, May 17, Oct. 16, Dec. 14, 20 
East-West relations, Jan. 6, May 12, July 

8, Aug. 85 
Economy, domestic, deficits, Dec. 18 
Economy, world, May 14, June 18, Oct. 

26, Dec. 16, 19 
El Salvador, democratic progress, Sept. 

78 
Ethiopia, July 10 
Foreign affairs budget, FY 88, Apr. 47, 

May 14, 16 
Foreign affairs budget request, FY 89, 

May 12 
Foreign policy, Apr. 43, July 8 
Haiti, Jan. 7, 8 

Honduras, May 21, Sept. 79, 80, Oct. 3 
Humanitarian aid, May 16 
Interdependence of modern world, Oct. 

8, 25, Nov. 13, 16, Dec. 13 
Iran, Jan. 12, Apr. 37, Sept. 1 
Iran-Iraq war, Apr. 46 
Israel, U.S. visit of Foreign Minister 

Peres, July 60 
Japan, trade relations, Oct. 33 
King, Dr. Martin Luther, Jr., Nov. 17 
Korea, Apr. 38, Oct. 30 
Kuwait, arms sales, Sept. 2 
Latin America {for details see Latin 
America): 
U.S. policy, Jan. 15, Oct. 2, Dec. 13 
Visits to, Sept. 76, 82, Oct. 2 
Libya, terrorism, Apr. 37 
Marshall Islands, visit to, Oct. 34 
Middle East, May 13, May 23, Nov. 10 
Military procurement, Aug. 56 



Shultz, Ceo rye P. (Cont'd) 

Addresses, remarks, and statements 
(Cont'd) 
Nicaragua, May 14, 22, 74, Oct. 7 
contra aid, Apr. 48 
Democratic progress, Apr. 44, Oct. 3 
Guatemala City accords, Jan. 16, 17 
Peace process, Sept. 77 
North Atlantic Treaty Organization 
(NATO), consultations on INF nego- 
tiations, Jan. 13 
Nuclear-free zones, Oct. 36 
Nuclear nonproliferation, Aug. 87, Dec. 

20 
Organization of American States (OAS), 

Jan. 15 
Pacific Community Forum, Oct. 25 
Pakistan, Zia funeral, Oct. 69 
Panama, May 13, 21, 71, July 15, Aug. 

57,88 
Persian Gulf, May 14, July 10 
Peru, narcotics, Oct. 18 
Philippines, Aug. 58, Oct. 28, Dec. 26 
Refugees, Oct. 21, Nov. 12 
Regional cooperation, Jan. 6 
South Africa, Mar. 30, May 14, July 10, 

Dec. 21 
South Asian Association for Regional 

Cooperation (SAARC), Dec. 19 
Soviet Union (for details see Soviet 
Union): 
ABM treaty, Aug. 57, Nov. 30 
Intermediate-range nuclear forces 
(INF) treaty, Jan. 9, 13, 14, Feb. 
8, 10 
Background, Mar. 31 
NATO and national security, May, 

18, July 6 
Verification issues, July 7 
Strategic arms reduction talks 

(START), Jan. 9, 12, Mar. 40, Apr. 
50, Aug. 19, Nov. 32 
Summit, Moscow, July 14 
Summit, Washington, Jan. 10 
U.S. relations, Jan. 7, Feb. 8, 10, Apr. 
38, July 9 
Strategic export controls, Apr. 46 
Technological revolution and global 
economy, Oct. 8, 23, 25, Dec. 13 
Terrorism and counterterrorism, Apr. 

35, May 17, Aug. 56 
Thailand, Apr. 47 

Trade, free, Jan. 5, June 21, Oct. 10, 23 
Uruguay, democratic progress, Oct. 12 
Attack on, in Bolivia, Oct. 20 
News conferences and press briefings, 
Jan., 9, 13, June 4, 7, 15, Aug. 88, Oct. 
2, 5, 12, Nov. 30 
TV interviews, Jan. 7, Apr. 48, May 21, 

June 2, 9, July 14, Aug. 19, 56, Sept. 1 
Visits to: 

East Asia and Pacific, Oct. 21 
Latin America (Shultz), Sept. 76, 82, 

Oct. 2 
Middle East (Shultz), May 56, June 1 
Saudi Arabia (Shultz), June 13 
Soviet Union (Shultz), May 42, Aug. 19 
Sierra Leone, treaties, agreements, etc., 
Jan. 63, Julv 76, Sept. 85, Oct. 85, Dec. 
59 
Sigur, Gaston J., Jr., Mar. 58, May 31, July 

32 
Singapore: Lambertson, Nov. 25; White 
House, Apr. 65 



Singapore (Cont'd) 

Economic development (Wallis), June 24 
Profile, Nov. 26 

Trade issues: ASEAN-U.S. joint state- 
ment, Apr. 55; Yeo, Apr. 53 
Treaties, agreements, etc., June 69, Sept. 

83, Oct. 85 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Sigur), July 37 
Skoug, Kenneth N., Jr., May 76, Sept. 73 
Smith, Richard J., June 52 
Social security, bilateral agreements: 

France, July 77; Federal Republic of 
Germany, Apr. 88; Netherlands, Mar. 
85; Portugal, June 69; Spain, Apr. 88; 
Switzerland, Aug. 93 
Sofaer, Abraham, Oct. 58, Nov. 36 
Solomon, Richard H., May 33 
Solomon Islands: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 61, Sept. 

83 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Sigur), July 38 
Somalia, treaties, agreements, etc., May 84, 

Aug. 92, Oct. 85 
South Africa (Toronto economic summit), 
Aug. 49 
Angola, involvement in: Crocker, joint 

statement, White House, Nov. 18, 19 
Apartheid: Freeman, Mar. 26; Reagan, 
Mar. 26 (quoted), May 10 
U.S. Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986 
(Whitehead), Aug. 58 
Economy, sanctions and disinvestment: 
Freeman, Mar. 28; Whitehead, Aug. 
58 
Prohibition of foreign funds (Department), 

May 23 
Release of political prisoners (Depart- 
ment), Jan. 20 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Apr. 88, May 

82, Dec. 58 
U.S. policy and objectives: Freeman, Mar. 
29; Shultz, Mar. 30 (quoted), May 14, 
July 10, Dec. 21; Whitehead, Aug. 62 
South Asian Association for Regional Coop- 
eration (SAARC) (Shultz), Dec. 19 
Soviet Union (see also Afghanistan: Soviet 
occupation and withdrawal): 
ABM treaty: Nitze, Feb. 83; Shultz, Aug. 
57, Nov. 30; U.S. -Soviet joint state- 
ment Feb. 14 
Soviet noncompliance: Reagan, Mar. 52, 

55; Shultz, Mar. 39 
Third 5-year review session (White 

House), Oct. 40, Nov. 19 
U.S. arms control initiatives, May 27, 
July 17 
Afghanistan settlement agreement, June 

56, 69 
Arms control agreements: Shultz, Apr. 44; 

U.S. -Soviet joint statement, Feb. 13 
Ballistic missile launch notifications 
(U.S. -Soviet joint statement), Aug. 
27, Aug. 93 
Chemical, biological, and toxin weapons 
program, noncompliance (Reagan), 
Mar. 53, 56 
Chemical weapons convention proposed 

(U.S. -Soviet joint statement), Feb. 15 
Demokratizatsiya (Schifter), Jan. 40 
Environmental issues (U.S. -Soviet joint 

statment), Feb. 16 
Glasnost: Schifter, Jan. 39; Whitehead, 

Sept. 33 
"Hot Line," 25th anniversary (White 
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Soviet Union (Cont'd) 
Human rights: Reagan, July 3, 4, Aug. 10, 

11. 35; Shultz, Nov. 32; U.S. -Soviet 
joint statement, Feb. 15 

Intermediate-range nuclear forces (INF) 
negotiations: Department, Jan. 24; 
Reagan, Jan. 2; Rowny, Jan. 20 
Background: Kampelman, Mar. 41; 

Shultz, Mar. 31, 34, Apr. 45 
"Double global zero," (Department), 

Jan. 26 
NATO role: Glitman, Mar. 44; Kempel- 

man, Mar. 42; Shultz, Mar. 32 
Verification issues: Glitman, Mar. 46; 
Reagan, Feb. 3; Rowny, Jan. 22; 
Shultz, Jan. 8, 11, 14 
Intermediate-range nuclear forces (INF) 
treaty (see also Treaties, agreements, 
etc.: INF treaty): Armacost, Nov. 41; 
Department (GIST), Feb. 84; Nitze, 
Feb. 81; Reagan, Feb. 4, 18, 19, Mar. 
25, Aug. 6, 25; Shevardnadze, Feb. 10; 
Shultz, Jan. 9, 13, 14, Feb. 8, 10, Mar. 
31; U.S. -Soviet joint statement, Feb. 

12, 13, Aug. 27 

Compliance issues (Shultz), Mar. 38 
Entry into force, Aug. 68 
Exchange of treaty documents: Gor- 
bachev, Aug. 23; Reagan, Aug. 25 
Inspections, multilateral agreement, 

U.S., Aug. 92 
Inspections on the territory of the 
Czechoslovak S.S.R., bilateral 
agreement with Czechoslovakia, 
Sept. 84 
Inspections on the territory of the Ger- 
man Democratic Republic, bilateral 
agreement with German Demo- 
cratic Republic, Sept. 84 
NATO support: NATO, Jan. 38, July 53; 

Shultz, Jan. 14, Mar. 32, May 18 
Ratification: Glitman, Mar. 43; Kampel- 
man, Mar. 41; Reagan, Aug. 6 
Signature: Gorbachev, Feb. 4, 5; Rea- 
gan, Feb. 3 
Text, Feb. 22 

Transmitted to Senate, Apr. 89 
U.S. arms control initiatives, May 26, 

July 16 
Verification procedures: Glitman, Mar. 
48; Shultz, Mar. 37, July 7 
Noncompliance with arms control agree- 
ments (Reagan), Mar. 51, 55 
Nuclear and space talks: joint statement, 
Aug. 26; Kampelman, Mai - . 50, Sept. 
6; Reagan, Mar. 50, Sept. 7; White 
House, Mar. 45 
Nuclear energy, peaceful uses (U.S.- 
Soviet joint statement), Feb. 16 
Nuclear nonproliferation (U.S. arms con- 
trol initiatives), Jan. 26 
Treaty (1968) (U.S.-Soviet joint state- 
ment), Feb. 14 
Nuclear risk reduction centers (U.S.- 
Soviet joint statements), Feb. 15, 
Aug. 28 
U.S. arms control initiatives, Jan. 26, 
May 28, July IS 
Nuclear testing, joint verification experi- 
ment, agreement: Aug. 93; U.S.- 
Soviet joint statement, Feb. 11, Aug. 
27; White House, Oct. 39, Nov. 20 
Text, Aug. 67 



Soviet Union (Cont'd) 

Nuclear testing talks: Reagan, U.S., Jan. 
23; U.S. arms control initiatives, Jan. 
26; White House, Apr. 50, Sept. 7, 
Oct. 39 

Perestroika (Gorbachev), Feb. 6, 7 

Regional issues: Armacost, Sept. 18; U.S.- 
Soviet joint statements, Feb. 15, Aug. 
29 

Soviet delegation tours U.S. chemical mu- 
nitions destruction facility (Depart- 
ment), Jan. 22 

Strategic arms reduction talks (START): 
Department. Jan. 24; Kempelman, 
Mar. 50, Sept. 6; Nitze, Feb. 82; 
Shultz, Jan. 9, 12, Mar. 40, Apr. 50, 
Aug. 19; Reagan, Feb. 20, Mar. 25, 
Aug. 32, 35, Sept. 7; U.S.-Soviet joint 
statement, Feb. 13; Whitehead, Sept. 
34 
Soviet linkage to SDI (Rowny), Jan. 21 
U.S. arms control initiatives, May 27, 
July 17 

Summit, Moscow: Gorbachev, Aug. 8, 12, 
22, 35; Reagan, July 5, Aug. 1, 9, 13, 
21, 36, 38, 40; Shultz, July 14; U.S.- 
Soviet joint statement, Aug. 25 

Summit, Washington, D.C.: Gorbachev, 
Feb. 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 17; Reagan, Feb. 1, 
4, 6, 16, 18; Shultz, Feb. 8, 10; U.S.- 
Soviet joint statement, Feb. 12 

Treaties, agreements, etc. (see also 
names of treaties under Soviet 
Union), Feb. 91, 92, 93, Mar. 85, Apr. 
87, 89, May 81, 82, 84, June 69, July 
76, Aug. 92, Sept. 85, Oct. 83, 84, 
Nov. 50 

U.S. arms control negotiations (see also 
Chemical weapons and ABM treaty, 
INF treaty and START under Soviet 
Union): Reagan, Nov. 4; Shultz, Nov. 
32 
Chronology, Jan. 25, July 19 

U.S. national security strategy (Reagan), 
Apr. 20 

U.S. relations: Gorbachev, Feb. 7; Nitze, 
Feb. 84; Reagan, Jan. 2, Feb. 7, July 
1, Aug. 32, Nov. 2; Ridgway, Sept. 23; 
Rowny, Sept. 26; Shultz, Jan. 7, Feb. 
8, 10, Apr. 38; U.S.-Soviet joint state- 
ment, Feb. 15 
Goals and objectives (Shultz), Apr. 41 
Program of cooperation and exchanges, 

bilateral agreement, Nov. 50 
U.S. arms control talks, chronology, 
May 29 

U.S.-Soviet meeting on fisheries issues 
(joint statement), Apr. 68 

U.S. visit of Foreign Minister Shev- 
ardnadze (joint statement), May 42, 
Nov. 28 

Visit of President Reagan: Gorbachev, 
Aug. 8; Reagan, Aug. 1, 9, 21 

Visits of Secretary Shultz: joint state- 
ment, May 42; Shultz, Aug. 19 
Space: 

Exploration and use of outer space (1967), 
Afghanistan, May 82 

Exploration and use of outer space for 
peaceful purposes, bilateral agree- 
ment with Soviet Union, Aug. 43, 92 

International cooperation (Michaud), Mar. 
79 

International liability for damage caused 
by space objects (1972), European 



Space (Cont'd) 

Telecommunications Satellite Organi- 
zation (EUTELSAT), Mar. 84 
Space shuttle emergency landing site, bi- 
lateral agreements: Gambia, May 83; 
Senegal, Dec. 59 
Space station, permanently manned, coop- 
eration in design, development, opera- 
tion and utilization: Belgium, Canada, 
Denmark, European Space Agency 
(ESA), France, Federal Republic of 
Germany, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, 
Norway, Spain, U.K., U.S., Nov. 49 
Space station intergovernmental agree- 
ment: Belgium, Canada, Denmark, 
France, Federal Republic of Germany, 
Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, 
U.K., U.S., Nov. 49 
Space vehicle tracking and communication 
facility, bilateral agreement with 
Senegal, June 69 
U.S. civil space program (Michaud), Mar. 

79 
U.S. policy (Reagan), Apr. 18 
Spain, treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 61, 
63, Feb. 92, Mar. 69, 85, Apr. 88, May 
82, June 69, July 76, Oct. 83, Nov. 49 
Spiers, Ronald I., July 28, Nov. 21 
Sri Lanka, treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 

84, 85, May 84, July 76, Aug. 93, Sept. 

85, Oct. 85 
State Department: 

Budgetary concerns (Spiers), July 28 

Foreign language competence (Spiers), 
Nov. 21 

Foreign operations budget, FY 89, re- 
quest (Shultz), May 12 

Foreign Relations of the United States, 
Supplement, Memoranda of Conver- 
sation of the Secretary of State, 1947- 
1952, microfiche publication, released, 
July 79 

Foreign Service management (Spiers), 
July 29 
Sudan, treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 63, 

May 84, July 76, 77 
Sugar: 

Caribbean Basin trade quotas (Whitney), 
June 67 

International sugar agreement (1987): Ar- 
gentina, May 82; Barbados, June 68; 
Belize, May 82; Brazil, Sept. 84; Cana- 
da, Congo, Costa Rica, May 82; Cuba, 
May 82, Aug. 92; Dominican Republic, 
Ecuador, El Salvador, May 82; Euro- 
pean Economic Community, June 68; 
Finland, May 82-, Oct. 84; German 
Democratic Republic, May 82; Gua- 
temala, June 68; Honduras, Hungary, 
India, May 82; Japan, June 68; Korea, 
May 82; Malawi, May 82, Aug. 92; 
Guatemala, Nicaragua, May 82; Nor- 
way, June 68; Pakistan, May 82, Sept. 
84; Panama, Papua New Guinea, 
Peru, Philippines, Soviet Union, May 
82; Swaziland, June 68, Aug. 92; Thai- 
land, June 68, Sept. 84; Togo, June 68; 
U.S., May 82; Uruguay, Sept. 84; Zim- 
babwe, June 68 
Summit meetings. See Soviet Union: Sum- 
mit, Moscow, and Summit, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 
Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Eu- 
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Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Eu- 
rope (Cont'd) 

tactical operations center at Sembach 
Air Base, Germany, Mar. 85 
Suriname, American convention on human 

rights (1969), Mar. 83 
Swaziland, treaties, agreements, etc., June 
68, 69, July 76, Aug. 92, Sept. 83, Oct. 
84 
Sweden, treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 92, 
Mar. 85, May 81, 82, June 68, July 76, 
77, Aug. 92, Sept. 83, 85, Dec. 58 
Switzerland, treaties, agreements, etc., 

Jan. 63, Feb. 91, 92. Apr. 87, May 81, 82, 
July 76, Aug. 92, 93, Oct. 83, 85, Dec. 
58 
Syrian Arab Republic: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 

control efforts (Wrobleski), June 51 
State-supported terrorism (Bremer), Jan. 

45, June 62 
Treaties, agreements, etc., July 76, Oct. 
83 



Takeshita, Norubu, Apr. 62, Aug. 47 
Tanzania, international express mail, bilat- 
eral agreement, Apr. 88 
Taxes: 
Double taxation: 
Avoidance of, and prevention of fiscal 
evasion with respect to taxes on in- 
come, bilateral agreements: Bel- 
gium, Mar. 84, May 83; Indonesia, 
Sept. 84, Oct. 84 
Mutual exemption from the taxation of 
income of air transport, bilateral 
agreement with Singapore, June 69, 
Oct. 85 
Relief from, on earnings derived from 
operation of ships and aircraft, bi- 
lateral agreements: Argentina, 
Mar. 84; Belgium, June 68; Bolivia, 
Feb. 92; Colombia, Jan. 62; Cyprus, 
Oct. 84; Finland, Aug. 92; Greece, 
Aug. 93; Liberia, May 84; Vene- 
zuela, Mar. 85, Oct. 85 
Relief from, on income derived from op- 
eration of aircraft, bilateral agree- 
ment with El Salvador, Apr. 88 
Relief from, on income on shipping prof- 
its, bilateral agreements: China 
(termination), July 77; Panana, 
Aug. 93 
Exchange of information with respect to 
taxes, bilateral agreement with Do- 
minica, July 77 
Income and property, convention (1967), 
protocol, bilateral agreement with 
France, Sept. 84, Oct. 84 
Telecommunications: 
Caribbean Basin radar network, bilateral 
agreement with Dominican Republic, 
Dec. 59 
International telecommunications conven- 
tion (1982): Bahamas, Guinea, May 83; 
Nepal, July 76; Nicaragua, Aug. 92; 
Tonga, May 83; Vanuatu, Aug. 92 
Land mobile service along the common 
U.S. -Mexican border, bilateral agree- 
ment with Mexico, Nov. 49 
Landsat system, bilateral agreement with 
Brazil, Jan. 62 



Telecommunications (Cont'd) 

NATO initial voice switched network 
(IVSN) and the U.S. automatic voice 
network (AUTOVON), interconnection 
memo of understanding with NATO, 
Jan. 62 

Radio relay station in Israel, bilateral 
agreement, May 84 

Radio relay station of USIA (Voice of 
America), bilateral agreement with 
Grenada, June 68 
Terrorism and counterterrorism: Bremer, 
May 61; Shultz, Aug. 56; Toronto eco- 
nomic summit, Aug. 48 

Afghanistan (Bremer), June 62 

Aviation security: Bremer, Sept. 61; 
Shultz, Apr. 37 

High technology (Bremer), July 65 

Historical perspective (Bremer), Jan. 47 

International convention against taking of 
hostages (1979): Bulgaria, Cameroon, 
May 83; Czechoslovakia, Apr. 87; Ec- 
uador, Oct. 84; German Democratic 
Republic, July 76; Ghana, Jan. 61; 
Oman, Oct. 84 

Iran: Bremer, Jan. 46, 50, Sept. 61; Shultz, 
Apr. 37 
Chronology, Jan. 52 

Korea, Democratic People's Republic of: 
Bremer, Sept. 61; Clark, May 65; 
McManaway, May 64; Shultz, Apr. 38 

Libya: Bremer, Jan. 45; Department, Jan. 
48; Shultz, Apr. 37 

Maritime security treaty (Department), 
May 62 

Prevention and punishment of crimes 

against internationally protected per- 
sons, including diplomatic agents, 
convention (1973): China, Oct. 84; 
Oman, May 83; Syrian Arab Republic, 
July 76 

Shultz, attack on, in Bolivia (White 
House), Oct. 20 

State-supported (Bremer), Jan. 45 

Syria (Bremer), Jan. 45, 48 

U.S. antiterrorism assistance program 
(Bremer), June 61 

U.S. counterterrorism policy: Bremer, 
Jan. 44, 47, May 63, June 63, July 62, 
65, Sept. 59; Shultz, Apr. 35 
Appropriations: Department, Sept. 60; 

Shultz, May 17 
Proposed legislation (Bremer), Jan. 46 

Western counterterrorist strategy 
(Bremer), Jan. 48 
Textiles: 

Cotton, wool, and man-made fiber textiles 
and textile products, trade in, bilat- 
eral agreements: Brazil, Dec. 59; Do- 
minican Republic, June 68, Aug. 92; 
Hungary, Sept. 84, Oct. 84; 
Mauritius, May 84; Mexico, Jan. 62, 
May 84 

Cotton and manmade fiber textiles and 
textile products, trade in, bilateral 
agreement with Costa Rica, Mar. 85 

Cotton sateen fabrics, trade in, bilateral 
agreement with Colombia, June 68 

Cotton textiles, trade in, bilateral agree- 
ment with Romania, June 69 



Textiles (Cont'd) 
International trade in textiles, 1986 proto- 
col extending 1973 arrangement: Aus- 
tria, Feb. 92; Costa Rica, June 68; 
Dominican Republic, Guatemala, May 
83; Switzerland, Feb. 92 
Trade in (certain) textiles and textile 
products, bilateral agreements: Chi- 
na, May 83, Aug. 92, Dec. 59; 
Czechoslovakia, Nov. 49; Dominican 
Republic, Apr. 88; Egypt, June 68; 
Hong Kong, May 84, Oct. 84; India, 
Jan. 62, Sept. 84, Dec. 59; Jamaica, 
May 84, Aug. 93; Macao, Apr. 88; Ma- 
laysia, Feb. 92, July 77; Soviet Union, 
Mar. 85; Sri Lanka, May, 84; Turkey, 
Mar. 85; Uruguay, May 84 
Visa system relating to trade in certain 
textile products, bilateral agreement 
with Uruguay, Oct. 85 
Wool and cotton textiles and textile prod- 
ucts, trade in, bilateral agreement 
with Uruguay, Jan. 63 
Wool and manmade fiber textiles and tex- 
tile products, trade in, bilateral 
agreements: Hungary, July 77; Ro- 
mania, June 69 
Thailand: Reagan, Apr. 25; Shultz, Apr. 47 
Drugs, narcotic, production, trafficking, 

control efforts (Wrobleski) June 50 
Foreign Relations of the U.S., 1952-195^, 
Vol. XII, part 2, Burma, Indonesia, 
Philippines, Thailand, released, Jan. 
64 
Indochinese refugees (Brown), May 37 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 84, June 

68, July 77, Sept. 84 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Sigur), July 35 
U.S. relations (Brown), May 40 
Visit of Secretary Shultz, Oct. 21 
Thatcher, Margaret, Aug. 47 
Timber, international tropical timber agree- 
ment (1983): Australia, May 83; Ecua- 
dor, June 68; Greece, Oct. 84 
Togo, treaties, agreements, etc., June 68, 

July 76 
Tonga, international telecommunications 
convention, May 83 
U.S. aid, FY 89, requested (Sigur), July 
38 
Trade: 
ASEAN-U.S. dialogue, Washington (joint 

statement), Apr. 54 
Contracts for international sale of goods, 
UN convention (1980): Australia, May 
83; Austria, Mar. 84; Finland, Feb. 92; 
Mexico, Mar. 84; Norway, Oct. 84; 
Sweden, Feb. 92; U.S., Apr. 87 
Coordinating Committee on Multilateral 
Export Controls (COCOM) policy 
(Wendt), Mar. 63, 64, Oct. 46 
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 
(GATT): Shultz, Oct. 23; Whitehead, 
July 4 
Article VI (antidumping code), agree- 
ment (1979): Mexico, May 83; New 
Zealand, Aug. 92 
Article VII (customs valuation code), 
agreement (1979): Mexico, May 83; 
Zimbabwe, Feb. 93 
GATT Interim Commission, tax reim- 
bursement agreement, Sept. 84 
Provisional application of (1947), Le- 
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Trade (Cont'd) 

Uruguay Round: Shultz, Oct. 10; Toron- 
to economic summit, Aug. 50; Wal- 
1 is, Jan. 30 

Protectionism and trade barriers (Wallis), 
Jan. 29 

Technical barriers to trade (standards 
code), agreement (1979): Greece, Feb. 
92; Mexico, May 83 

U.S.-U.S.S.R. joint commercial commis- 
sion (U.S. -Soviet joint statement), 
Feb. 16 

World Bank development report (Whit- 
ney), Feb. 90 

World Trade Week, 1988, proclamation 
(Reagan), July 41 
Trade, U.S.: 

Association of South East Asian Nations 
(Shultz), Oct. 25, 27 

Balance of trade: Shultz, Oct. 27; Wallis, 
Jan, 30 

Brazil: Reagan, Jan. 60; White House, 
Jan. 61, Sept. 17 

Canada: 
U.S. -Canada free trade agreement: 
Mar. 84; Reagan, Mar. 57, Dec. 22; 
Whitehead, Jan. 34 
Summary, July 24 
White House fact sheet, Mar. 57 

Caribbean Basin Initiative (Whitney), 
June 65 

China (Reagan), Sept. 17 

Computer software (Reagan), Jan. 60 

Export control policy (Wendt), Mar. 63, 
64, Oct. 46 

Generalized system of preference (GSP): 
White House, Apr. 65; Whitney, Feb. 
90; Yeo, Apr. 53 

Government procurement, protocol (U.S.), 
Apr. 88 

Hungary (Reagan), Sept. 17 

International traffic in arms regulations 
(ITAR), June 46 

Japan: 

Beef and citrus quotas, Sept. 16 
Cooperative agreements (Wallis), Jan. 
35,37 

Latin America (Whitney), Feb. 90 

Meat product sales to European Commu- 
nity (White House), Jan. 38, Mar. 69 

Mexico, consultations regarding trade and 
investment relations, bilateral agree- 
ment, Feb. 92 

Omnibus trade bill (Whitehead), Jan. 34 

Pacific Basin (Wallis), June 23 

Romania, suspension of most-favored- 
nation status, bilateral agreement, 
Sept. 85 

Soviet Union (Reagan), May 10 

Steel, specialty, limitation of imports, bi- 
lateral agreement: Poland, Spain, 
Sweden, Mar. 85 

Steel products, and liberalization forcer- 
tain other products, bilateral agree- 
ment with Mexico, July 77 

Steel products, imports into U.S., bilat- 
eral agreement with Canada, Mar. 84 

Strategic technology export controls 
(Wendt), Mar. 63, 64 

Thailand (Brown), May 41 

U.S. -Japan semiconductor agreement 
(Reagan), Jan. 29 



Trade, U.S. (Cont'd) 
U.S. policy: Wallis, Dec. 33; Whitehead, 

Jan. 33 
Wool sweaters, bilateral agreement with 
Maldives, May 84 
Transportation: 
Foodstuffs, international carriage of per- 
ishable, and equipment used, agree- 
ment (1970): Hungary, Feb. 92; 
Ireland, May 83; Portugal, Oct. 84 
Rural roads maintenance system, project 
loan, bilateral agreement with Indo- 
nesia, Jan. 62 
Transportation science and technology, bi- 
lateral agreement with Soviet Union, 
Aug. 42, 93 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 61, Feb. 78, 
91, 92, Mar. 83, Apr. 87, 88, May 81, 82, 
83, June 68, July 76, Aug. 92, Sept. 83, 
Oct. 84, Nov. 48, Dec. 58 
Intermediate-range nuclear forces (INF) 
treaty (see also under Soviet Union): 
Basing agreement, multilateral, with 

European allies, Feb. 78 
Corrigendum, Feb. 23 
Data base, establishment of, memo of 

understanding, Feb. 31 
Elimination of the missile systems sub- 
ject to the treaty, protocol on pro- 
cedures, Feb. 64 
Entered in force, Aug. 93; Reagan, 

Aug. 68 
Inspections, multilateral agreement 

with European allies, Feb. 78 
Inspections related to the treaty, proto- 
col on, Feb. 70 
Text, Feb. 22 
Joint verification experiment (JVE), bilat- 
eral agreement with Soviet Union, 
Aug. 67, 93 
Shorter-range missiles. See Intermediate- 
range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), 
supra. 
Vienna convention on law of treaties 

(1969), Mongolia, Sept. 86 
Vienna convention on law of treaties be- 
tween states and international organi- 
zations or between international 
organizations (1986): Bulgaria, May 
83; Hungary, Nov. 49; Mexico, May 83; 
Sweden, July 77 
Trinidad and Tobago, treaties, agreements, 

etc., June 68, Aug. 93, Oct. 83, 84 
Tunisia, treaties, agreements, etc., July 76, 
77, Aug. 93, Oct. 85, Dec. 59 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Murphy), June 
43 
Turkey: 
Profile, Sept. 32 

Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 63, Mar. 
85, May 81, July 76, Aug. 92, Oct. 84, 
Nov. 48, 50 
U.S. visit of President Evren (Evren, 
Reagan), Sept. 3 
Twining, Charles H., Dec. 31 



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Uganda, treaties, agreements, etc., Apr. 8! 

July 76, Aug. 92, Sept. 83, 85 
Ukrainian S.S.R., treaties, agreements, 

etc., Apr. 87, May 81, June 68, July 76, 

Dec. 58 



Union of Soviet Socialist Republics 

(U.S.S.R.). See Soviet Union 
United Arab Emirates, treaties, agree- 
ments, etc., Feb. 93, May 81, 82, 84, 
Dec. 58 
United Kingdom: 
Economic development (Group of 7 state- 
ment, annex), Mar. 67 
Northern Ireland (Reagan), June 32 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 63, Feb. 
78, 91, 92, 93, Mar. 85, Apr. 87, 89, 
May 82, July 76, Aug. 93, Sept. 83, 
Oct. 83, 85, Nov. 48, 49, 50, Dec. 59 
Visit of President Reagan, Aug. 36 
United Nations (Reagan), Nov. 1, 6 
Actions taken, 1988 (Williamson), Sept. 62 
Administrative and budgetary reform 

(Walters), May 68 
Arms control and disarmament (William- 
son), Sept. 66 
Convention against torture and other 
cruel, inhuman or degrading treat- 
ment or punishment, Aug. 79 
Foreign Relations of the United States, 
1955-1957, Volume XI, United Na- 
tions and General International Mat- 
ters, released, Dec. 61 
General Assembly: 
42nd session, developments (Walters), 

May 68 
Resolution 42/8 on AIDS, Jan. 57 
Resolution 42/15 on Afghanistan, Jan. 55 
Third special session devoted to disar- 
mament (U.S.), Aug. 84 
Global conflict resolution and problem 

solving (Williamson) Dec. 55 
Human rights: Karp, Mar. 20; Williamson, 

Dec. 55 
Privileges and immunities, convention 
(1946): Dominica, Feb. 92; Vietnam, 
Sept. 84 
Refugee assistance: Brown, May 37; Wil- 
liamson, Dec. 54 
Secretary General meets with foreign 

ministers, joint communique, Nov. 6 
Security Council: 
Activities (Williamson), Sept. 63 
Resolution 598, Iran-Iraq war: Depart- 
ment, Sept. 83; Murphy, Mar. 74, 
Oct. 61 
Resolutions 607, 608, Palestinian depor- 
tation (Okun, Walters), Mar. 82 
Resolution 612, July 69 
Resolution on Lebanon (Walters), July 

73 
Resolution on West Bank/Gaza (Okun), 
Mar. 81 
Specialized agencies activities (William- 
son), Sept. 63 
Technical agencies and U.S. funding 

(Williamson), Apr. 81 
U.S. assessments: Goodman, Oct. 70; 

White House, Nov. 5 
U.S. contributions to development, hu- 
manitarian and scientific assistance 
programs (Williamson), July 71 
U.S. foreign policy priorities (Walters), 

May 67 
U.S. relations and objectives (William- 
son), Sept. 67 
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), 
FY 89, U.S. funding proposed (Will- 
iamson), July 72 



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United Nations Development Program 

(UNDP), FY 89, U.S. funding proposed 
(Williamson), July 72 
United Nations Environment Program 

(UNEP), FY 89, U.S. funding proposed 
(Williamson), July 72 
United Nations Industrial Development Or- 
ganization (UNIDO): Williamson, Apr. 
82,83 
Constitution (1979): Albania, Costa Rica, 
Jan. 62; El Salvador, Maldives, July 77 
U.S. Government personnel in the Domini- 
can Republic, bilateral agreement, 
Nov. 49 
Uruguay: (Shultz), Oct. 12 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 63, Apr. 

87, May 84, July 76, Sept. 84 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Abrams), Oct. 

79 
Visit of Secretary Shultz, Oct. 8 



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Vanuatu, treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 

83, Aug. 92 

Venezuela, treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 

84, 85, May 81, 85, July 76, Aug. 93, 
Oct. 85, Nov. 48, 50 

Vietnam (Reagan), Apr. 25 
POW/MIAs: Lambertson, Sept 15, Oct. 42; 

U.S. -Laos joint statement, Jan. 28 
Refugees: Brown, May 37; Funseth, May 

58 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Sept. 84, Dec. 

58 
U.S. policy (Lambertson), Oct. 40 
Visas, nonimmigrant waiver pilot program 

with Japan (Department), Dec. 23 
Voice of America (VOA), establishment of a 
radio relay station of the U.S. Informa- 
tion Agency, bilateral agreement with 
Grenada, Jan. 62 



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Wallis, W. Allen, Jan. 29, 35, June 23, July 

43, Dec. 30 
Walters, Vernon A., Mar. 82, May 67, July 

69 
War Powers Act: Reagan, Jan. 2; Sofaer, 

Nov. 36 
Warsaw Pact (NAC), May 2 
Water, canal cities water and waste water, 
bilateral agreement with Egypt, Feb. 
92 
Water quality: 
Great Lakes water quality, bilateral 
agreement (amended) with Canada, 
Jan. 62 
Improvement of quality of waters of the 
New River at Calexico, California — 
Mexicali, Baja California, bilateral 
agreement with Mexico, Feb. 92 
Wendt, E. Allen, Mar. 63, 64, Oct. 46 
Western Samoa, Vienna conventions on con- 
sular relations, diplomatic relations, 
Jan. 61 
Wheat: 
Food aid convention (1986), Federal Repub- 
lic of Germany, May 83 
Food aid convention (1987), U.S., Apr. 88 
Wheat trade convention (1986): Algeria, 
Feb. 92; Egypt, Oct. 84; U.S., Apr. 88 
Whitehead, John C, Jan. 33, Apr. 66, May 
54, June 33, July 39, Aug. 58, Sept. 33, 
36, 53, Oct. 70 
Whitney, Peter D., Feb. 87, June 65 
Williamson, Richard S., Apr. 81, July 68, 71, 
Aug. 62, 65, 66, Sept. 39, 57, 62, 65, 67, 
Dec. 53 
Wolfe, Edward E., Oct. 64 
Women, convention for elimination of dis- 
crimination against (1979): Sierre 
Leone, Dec. 59 
Woods, Alan, July 54, Aug. 77 
World Bank (Whitney), Feb. 89 
World Food Day, 1988, proclamation (Rea- 
gan), Dec. 37 
World Health Organization (WHO) (William- 
son), Apr. 81, 82; Dec. 58 
Nuclear accidents, convention on assist- 
ance in case of emergency, Dec. 58 
World Meteorological Organization (WMO) 

(Williamson), Apr. 82, 83, July 73 
World peace (Reagan), Nov. 1 
Wrobleski, Ann B., June 47 



Yemen, Democratic Republic of, treaties, 

agreements, etc., June 69, July 76, Oct. 

83 
Yemen Arab Republic, sales of agricultural 

commodities, bilateral agreement, June 

69 
U.S. aid, FY 89, request (Murphy), June 
42 
Yeo Cheow Tong, Apr. 53 
Yugoslavia, treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 

61, Mar, 86, May 81, 82, Oct. 85 



Zaire, treaties, agreements, etc., May 81, 

June 69, Aug. 93, 94 
Zambia, U.S. visit of President Kaunda: 

Kaunda, Jan. 20; Reagan, Jan. 19 
Zia ul-Haq, Mohammad, death, Oct. 69 
Zimbabwe, treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 

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